Great Expectations Ch. 20 - 25: Semicolon Cartoon
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Semicolon Rule #1: use a semicolon between two independent clauses when they aren't joined with a coordinate conjunction.
Naptime for everyone!
So many fumbles around here; do you think I have something to do with it?
Phillip Pirrup, pleased to meet you. Have we met?
Semicolon Rule #3: Use a semicolon before a conjunctive adverb or explanatory expression that introduces a clause.
Why indeed we have; in fact, we had a short brawl at Miss Havisham's!
Semicolon Rule #2: Use a semicolon between two clauses when they are connected by a coordinate conjunction.
Wemmick, what are these interesting masks?
Well, Pip, these are the faces of those proven guilty; but not before Mr. Jaggers forced the truth out of them.
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