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Michelle, Danielle, Kristin When to use a semicolon; You may want to use a semicolon when you have two sentences that are related and can be combined. When using a semicolon you do not want to have the combined sentences be too long. In this, you will have condensed your ideas into a more concise statement. A semicolon may also be used in a case when you have used a coordinated conjunctions (transitional phase), like however, where you want to connect two ideas that are different. An example of this could be a compare and contrast. Before: Obviously, this was a deliberate move made by the staff at the EEU in order to reinforce their
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Unformatted text preview: goals to create a nondiscriminatory learning environment for their students. However, I must admit that this lack of information made me feel uncomfortable, and inadequately prepared to deal with the needs of the students. After: Obviously, this was a deliberate move made by the staff at the EEU in order to reinforce their goals to create a nondiscriminatory learning environment for their students; however, I must admit that this lack of information made me feel uncomfortable, and inadequately prepared to deal with the needs of the students....
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