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Read the two independent clauses in each term. Then join them in one sentence using a semicolon and a conjunctive adverb or transitional expression

I wanted to go to the game. I had to help out at home
I wanted to go to the game; however, I had to help out at home.

I'm much too busy to join the club. I don't play tennis well

I'm much too busy to join the club; besides, I don't play tennis well

It would be fun to go with you. I still have homework to finish
It would be fun to go with you; however, I still have homework to finish

Mom didn't get home in time to cook dinner. We went out to eat
Mom didn't get home in time to cook dinner; as a result, we went out to eat

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    Great!

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    Thank you Ms. Sue

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    You're welcome, Jerald.

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