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Choose correct if the sentences uses colons correctly or incorrect if it does not.

1:The noon bus usually takes longer to reach its destination than the 1:30 p.m. bus. Correct***

2:Stanley longed to return to London:he thought the people were friendlier there, and he was constantly fascinated with the city's architecture. Incorrect***

3: The possible names for Martin and Emma's newborn baby are these: Robin, Simon, Nigel, Colin, and Clive. Correct***

Are these correct?

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  1. I agree.

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