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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #129444: Colon or semi-colon
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    Colon or semi-colon

    Choose the correct ponctuation in each sentence.

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    This test is ponctuation-sensitive.

    1. I had a fish for lunch John had a steak.

    2. Python a popular programming language for the internet.

    3. If you get lost in the woods, this is what you should do
    stay where you are, make yourself secure and comfortable and wait for help.

    4. I bring in my bag pack everything I need to class every day my lunch, my books and my pens.

    5. The United States has a very large land area Canada is even larger.

    6. Alice failed her English test nevertheless, she was able to get an excellent job.

    7. Four countries are involved in the discussions
    however, only France and Germany will sign the treaty immediately.

    8. I took my sunglasses it looked like it was going to be sunny.

    9. This is what I told her 'Buy yourself a car, so that you don't have to borrow mine!'

    10. There are two things about him that drive me crazy his cooking and his behaviour.

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