Which sentence does not contain any punctuation errors? A. This is a familiar story; it needs no introduction. B. This is a familiar story, and needs no introduction. C. This is a familiar story and it needs no introduction. D. This is a familiar story it needs no introduction.

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Which sentence does not contain any punctuation errors? A. This is a familiar story; it needs no introduction. B. This is a familiar story, and needs no introduction. C. This is a familiar story and it needs no introduction. D. This is a familiar story it needs no introduction.

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At vero eos et accusamus et iusto odio dignissimos ducimus qui blanditiis praesentium voluptatum deleniti atque corrupti quos dolores et quas molestias excepturi sint occaecati cupiditate non provident, similique sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollitia animi, id est laborum et dolorum fuga. Et harum quidem rerum facilis est et expedita distinctio. Nam libero tempore, cum soluta nobis est eligendi optio cumque nihil impedit quo minus id quod maxime placeat facere possimus, omnis voluptas assumenda est, omnis dolor repellendus. Itaque earum rerum hic tenetur a sapiente delectus, ut aut reiciendis voluptatibus maiores alias consequatur aut perferendis doloribus asperiores repellat.

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A semi-colon is the only proper way of combining two independent clauses.
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I think its A.
Huh? Oh yes! Sorry.
Thats ok.
@KyanTheDoodle Thanks for nothing ...
What? Why?
@KyanTheDoodle Can you just help me please ?
What are you talking about? You asked me if it was A, and I said yes.
@KyanTheDoodle Oh im sorry. Can you help with more please
@KyanTheDoodle Which sentence does not contain any punctuation errors? A. Please put on your pajamas. it's time for bed. B. Please put on your pajamas, it's time for bed. C. Please put on your pajamas; it's time for bed. D. Please put on your pajamas it's time for bed.
Yes, now what do you think this one is?
B or C ? Possibly B.
C. These two clauses are independent.
ohh
Im sorry I really meant to say C.
Which sentence does not contain any punctuation errors? A. There are many birds at the feeder you should refill it soon. B. There are many birds at the feeder. you should refill it soon. C. There are many birds at the feeder; you should refill it soon. D. There are many birds at the feeder, you should refill it soon. @KyanTheDoodle
i think C.
Yeah
Which sentence does not contain any punctuation errors? A. You stayed up late last night hence, you are sleepy today. B. You stayed up late last night; hence, you are sleepy today. C. You stayed up late last night; hence you are sleepy today. D. You stayed up late last night, hence you are sleepy today. I think its B. or C. @KyanTheDoodle
I actually think it's D. When you use words like hence, it's no longer independent.
Which sentence does not contain any punctuation errors? A. She is back from her grandmother's, in fact, there she is now. B. She is back from her grandmother's, in fact there she is now. C. She is back from her grandmother's; in fact, there she is now. D. She is back from her grandmother's in fact; there she is now. @KyanTheDoodle
Ideas?
b or c ?
Neither actually. Remember what I told you in the last question. Except "in fact" is a choice of words that can't be used independently.
D ?
...not quite
A !!
Yes
Which sentence does not contain any punctuation errors? A. She always shuts the gate, otherwise, the pig follows her out. B. She always shuts the gate; otherwise, the pig follows her out. C. She always shuts the gate otherwise, the pig follows her out. D. She always shuts the gate, otherwise; the pig follows her out. @KyanTheDoodle
Ideas?
C ?
Not quite. Otherwise needs to be separated completely.
a ?
Please help im almost done
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Yes. A.
@HELP-ME-PLZ Yea in a sec.
Which sentence does not contain any punctuation errors? A. Trout, mullet, and sea bass swim here; but Erin, Terri, and I are after crabs. B. Trout, mullet, and sea bass swim here, Erin, Terri, and I are after crabs. C. Trout, mullet, and sea bass swim here but Erin, Terri, and I are after crabs. D. Trout, mullet, and sea bass swim here, but Erin, Terri, and I are after crabs. @KyanTheDoodle
I think its C.
I'm not sure about this one.
What do you think it is ?
Well honestly I think it's D, cause you know. Listing stuff.
Which sentence does not contain any punctuation errors? A. Following an introduction, Ms. Graves, the chair of the foundation, spoke, and received a standing ovation. B. Following an introduction, Ms. Graves, the chair of the foundation, spoke; and she received a standing ovation. C. Following an introduction, Ms. Graves, the chair of the foundation, spoke, and she received a standing ovation. D. Following an introduction, Ms. Graves, the chair of the foundation, spoke, she received a standing ovation.
i think its D
I agree.
Which sentence does not contain any punctuation errors? A. I see three new students on the roster: Brown; Brian, Jones; Janis, and Monroe; Max. B. I see three new students on the roster: Brown, Brian; Jones, Janis, and Monroe; Max. C. I see three new students on the roster: Brown, Brian, Jones, Janis, and Monroe, Max. D. I see three new students on the roster: Brown, Brian; Jones, Janis; and Monroe, Max.
i think C.
I agree!
Which sentence does not contain any punctuation errors? A. My aunt has visited Paris, France, Tokyo, Japan, and Sydney, Australia. B. My aunt has visited Paris, France; Tokyo, Japan; and Sydney, Australia. C. My aunt has visited Paris, France, Tokyo, Japan, Sydney, Australia. D. My aunt has visited, Paris, France, Tokyo, Japan, and Sydney, Australia. @KyanTheDoodle
i think its A.
Well when you're listing locations, you use semi-colons in between them.
So not A. . So B ?
Yes
B. Am i correct ?
Yes
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