anonymous
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Which sentence is punctuated correctly? A. Three important dates in U.S. history are July 4; 1776; April 9; 1865; and September 11; 2001. B. Three important dates in U.S. history are July 4; 1776, April 9; 1865, and September 11; 2001. C. Three important dates in U.S. history are July 4, 1776; April 9, 1865; and September 11, 2001. D. Three important dates in U.S. history are July 4, 1776, April 9, 1865, and September 11, 2001.
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anonymous
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all dates in the USA are written as: EX: May 28, 2015 The comma goes between the Day and the Year.

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Thx! ^v^
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Welcome. :)
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That takes care of A and B, but what about C and D?
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It is C. when you list dates, a semi color goes in between each date. EX: June 14, 1998; July 17, 2001; November 2, 1986.
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Thanks!
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You are welcome. :)

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