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Mr. Jaggers, Pip is here in your office; he is waiting to speak to you.
Semi-Colon Rule #1: Use a semicolon between two independent clauses of a compound sentence when they are not joined by a coordinate conjunction.
Excellent, I have been awaiting his arrival
Semi-Colon Rule #2: Use a semicolon between the two independent clauses of a compound sentence joined by a coordinate conjunction if commas are also used in the sentence.
Hello Pip, I am sorry that this place is not the best condition, however, it is all I can afford. Do you remember me?
Since you asked, I believe I do; and I believe that you are the man that challenged me to a fight outside Ms. Havisham's many years ago!
Pip I am aware you have not been educated very well; accordingly, I have decided to put a great effort into increasing your knowledge
Thanks Mr. Pocket, I appreciate you doing this
Semi-Colon Rule #3 Use a semicolon before a conjunctive adverb that introduces a clause in a compound sentence.
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