I’m typing an essay and i want to know if this is correct : Which brings on the next subject; to keep an?

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2 Responses to “I’m typing an essay and i want to know if this is correct : Which brings on the next subject; to keep an?”

  1. Hereford says:

    no its not.which brings me TO the next subject; to keep an

  2. ascetic's says:

    No. A semicolon is used for two similar, but separate ideas. Used stylistically, instead of a period which can always take it’s place. (I’m sure there are exceptions)Example:Don’t hate the player; hate the game.Which brings on the next subject, to keep an… (Is correct. Use comma instead)Warning:Make sure you next idea after the comma is a complete sentence. So far it is a fragment.WRONG:Which brings on the next subject, to keep an orangutan. To keep an orangutan. is not a complete thought. It needs more.RIGHT:To keep an orangutan, one must be very diligent.() That was grammar. Stylistically though, I would choose something else.”Which brings me to my next subject, to keep an…”But even then I dislike the double to’s in the same sentence. (Redundant)I would put a different transition, but in this context, I can’t really determine what it should be.Good Luck.