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Name: Thomas CaldwellDate: 06/24/2020Facilitator: Amy SmartSchool: Pell City High School3.7 The SemicolonDirections: Read the article from The New Yorkertitled “Semicolons; So Tricky.” Using the article, complete the tasks below.1. Link two independent clauses from the article to connect closely related ideas.I like this because it reminds me that I have always meant to read “The Varieties of Religious Experience”; also because it makes the point that we learn how to punctuate by reading.2. Combine the two sentences below using a semicolon.In my observation, British writers reach for the semicolon much more often than American writers do. It must have something to do with the educational system.In my observation, British writers reach for the semicolon much more often than American writers do; it must have something to do with the educational system.3. The sentence below is incorrectly punctuated. Punctuate the sentence below incorporating theuse of the semicolon.

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