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10. Which of the following sentences is punctuated correctly?
David wants to go skiing; however he can’t go with you this weekend.
*******David wants to go skiing, however, he can’t go with you this weekend.
David wants to go skiing; however, he can’t go with you this weekend.

i think its b

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    plz help

  • ms sue checkanswer lang arts - ,

    You're right. It's B.

  • ms sue checkanswer lang arts - ,

    ok thx

  • ms sue checkanswer lang arts - ,

    But on the related writerteacher said b was wrong was she wrong

  • ms sue checkanswer lang arts - ,

    Please tell me the date and time of that post.

  • ms sue checkanswer lang arts - ,

    Friday, November 30, 2012 at 12:22am. It is in the related the first link it says English

  • ms sue checkanswer lang arts - ,

    Oops. Writeacher was correct. I was wrong.

    The answer is not B. The sentence needs a semi-colon to separate to independent clauses.

    This is the correct sentence.

    David wants to go skiing; however he can’t go with you this weekend.

    I'm sorry. I'm glad you caught my mistake.

  • ms sue checkanswer lang arts - ,

    no its ok thx

  • ms sue checkanswer lang arts - ,

    it was C

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