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6 Cards in this Set

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Use a semicolons between parts of a compound sentence.
I like dogs; Todd likes cats.
(without a semicolons, but with and, but, or, for, so, nor, or yet.) I like dogs, but Todd likes cats.
Use commas to separate items in a series-word and groups.
He went to the store to get some milk, apples, oranges, and peas.
Use commas to set off an expression that interrupts a sentence.
Yes, I did call him back.
Use colons when using time, or doing a list.
Pack the following items for your campout: a sleeping bag, a your toothbrush, toothpaste, and a comb.
We'll leave at 7:30 P.M.
You can use question marks or a exclamation mark at the end of the sentence.
Did you do your homework?
Look at how high that is!
Use end marks at the end of a sentence.
I went to the store.