||[Apr. 17th, 2015|07:53 pm]
The Question Club
I've googled this, but I haven't found a definitive answer. Can I use a semicolon in place of the word 'because' to separate two parts of a sentence? In this case, the sentence is: |
That being the case, I would like you to know that I will not be disappointed with such a result; it is clear that you both stand with and work for Blahtown and its people.
Any answers or advice?