Reply Fri 12 Apr, 2019 12:57 pm
Is punctuation correct in this sentence?:
Lora was late for beginning of the test; consequently, she failed to complete it on time.
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Reply Fri 12 Apr, 2019 04:17 pm
If you have a choice, you should make it into two sentences.
"...of the test. Consequently,..."
I am not sure about the semicolon.
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Reply Sat 13 Apr, 2019 11:30 am
Use a comma instead of a semicolon, include "and" before "consequently," and remove the comma.

Lora was late for beginning of the test, and consequently she failed to complete it on time.
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