Conjunctive adverbs punctuation

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what is the difference between the following sentences:

 

• He can leap tall buildings in a single bound; furthermore, Dwight Schrute is a hog.
• He can leap tall buildings in a single bound. Furthermore, Dwight Schrute is a hog.

 

do they mean the same thing?

does the different punctuation change the meaning?

asked Nov 23 '11 at 17:20 David New member

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No difference. The second makes it 2 short sentences, and if you've got too many short sentences in your text, it makes it look rather basic.

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link answered Nov 24 '11 at 13:39 A Clil To Climb Contributor

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