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Select the sentence which is correctly punctuated:
A) He has 2 major hurdles to accomplish before becoming a doctor: completing his residency
and passing the state exam.
B) He has 2 major hurdles to accomplish before becoming a doctor; completing his residency
and passing the state exam.
C) He has 2 major hurdles to accomplish before becoming a doctor, completing his residency
and passing the state exam.
I answered C, but second guess myself because of A

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    I just want to check on this one too, please and thanks:)
    Many words in English are both subjects and verbs:
    A) False
    B) True
    My answer is B

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