Q. What is the difference between a semicolon and a colon?

Answer

A semicolon is used as a pause between two thoughts. It can even be used to distinguish items in lists. A colon is often associated with introductions. It may come right before a list of items. In academic writing, it may often be used before quoting information.

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  • Last Updated Feb 05, 2021
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