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Which punctuation mark is used to introduce or emphasise information, list items or present quotations?
Why might you choose to use a dash instead of a comma to set apart information within a sentence?
Consider this sentence: “I love two things in this world: books and coffee.” What is the purpose of the colon in this sentence?
How would you use a semicolon to join these two sentences into one? “She loves to read. Her favourite genre is fantasy.”
Look at this sentence and choose the correct option: “I have three friends in New York — Anna, a lawyer; John, an engineer; and Lisa, a doctor.”
What does the semicolon specifically indicate in this sentence?