Colons, Semi-colons and Commas

 Colon (:)

  • Place a colon (:) before you add a list things: bread, butter, milk.

Semi-colon (;)

  • A semi-colon (;) is like a comma, but joins two part sentences together or appends a phrase to a sentence; for example, when you provide examples.

Comma (,)

  • Place a comma (,) where you would pause when reading text aloud, or to separate items in a list.
  • If the list is provided in bullet form, then you don't need to use a comma at the end.

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