A Semi-understood punctuation mark

A Semi-understood punctuation mark

Thomas P, Editor-in-Chief

April 17, 2010

What’s meant to separate two related, independent clauses, often misused in place of a comma, and now mainly used to make a winky face? You guessed it – the semicolon. The most misunderstood punctuation mark has lost a lot of its once-high reputation among the teachers of MHS in recent years, which...

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