Semicolon Between Dependent And Independent Clauses
A semicolon should not be used between an independent clause and a dependent clause; use a comma instead.
Broadening your horizons can be beneficial to all aspects of your life; employment particularly benefits.
I cannot understand why our professor insists upon full bibliographies; because they’re not really necessary, are they?
Puffing and panting; we trudged up the last section of the hill.
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