Q: semicolon とはどういう意味ですか?
A: The semicolon (;) is used to separate to independent clauses that hold the same subject. I took the dog on a walk today; He decided to run really fast and it broke the leash.
Q: ;(semicolon) とはどういう意味ですか?
A: a semicolon should be used to separate two independent clauses (or complete sentences) that are closely related in meaning. 👍
Q: ; (semicolon) とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Semicolons are used when an author could end a sentence like they would with a period but choose to continue it. The two clauses (parts) separated by a semicolon can act as their own sentences. For example: “I have a test to take tomorrow; I can’t go out today.”


Q: ;(semicolon) を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: A semicolon separates independent clauses in a sentence when they are not connected by a conjunction. An independent clause is a set of words that contains all the elements of a complete sentence.

You take the high road; I'll take the low road.
Q: ; (semicolon as a punctuation mark) を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: A semicolon is used when you are joining two independent clauses (sentences that can stand on their on as complete sentences).
"I don't trust Mary; she will never be my friend."
Use when giving a list.
"For my birthday, I would like the following gifts: a pony, a diamond necklace, a new cell phone, and a Ferrari.
Use it with independent clauses connected with a conjunctive adverb
"I have to study for my chemistry test and my math test; also, I have to write a paper on Japan."
Q: a semicolon ; ・Explain please・ を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: You don't really need to use it, it is very uncommon and is just an alternative for ending a sentence without a connective. An example is: I have a big test tomorrow; I can't go out tonight
Q: a semicolon ; を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Semicolons separate things. Most commonly, they separate two main clauses that are closely related to each other but could stand on their own as sentences if you wanted them to

Here's an example:

I have a big test tomorrow; I can't go out tonight.

The two clauses in that sentence are separated by a semicolon and could be sentences on their own if you put a period between them instead:

I have a big test tomorrow. I can't go out tonight.


Q: semicolon と full stop はどう違いますか?
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Q: ❌//When can I exactly use the semicolon(;) in sentences?//❌ は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Generally, I use them for the first rule: to separate two independent but related thoughts:
"I love going shopping; buying new shoes is great!"
Both can be sentences on their own, but I put them together because they are about the same subject.
Q: semicolon? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
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Q: ‎How does semicolon thing work?
Isn't "are" needed before "to"?
A: A semicolon separares two independent clauses. An independent clause is something that could be a complete sentence on its own.

In this case, "are" is left out, so you could argue that it's no longer an independent clause. The verb is sometimes left out in the second clause of a sentence if the first part already used the same verb. You can see it in the saying "To err is human. To forgive (is) divine."
Q: semicolon の発音を音声で教えてください。
A: colon, semicolon. Note, the second O sounds closer to a lower case i, in my accent.
Q: semicolon(is it okay to pronounce 'semai-colon?')の発音を音声で教えてください。
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Q: Why do We use semicolon here in the following sentences.
1.Unfortunately,Wang couldn't come;and his absence made things difficult for us?
2.Before He came,we had expected him to help us;but when He was with us ,he didn't do much.
A: A semicolon separates two independent phrases; they are less divided than if you used a full stop. I don't like the use of 'and' in your first example as it's a conjunction and means that you don't need the semicolon.. Also, that sentence isn't a question. The same applies to 'but' in the second example as applies to 'and' in the first.
Q: when can I use a semicolon ?