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I have enjoyed this lesson. Thank you

James golden

    Glad to hear it, James. That small semi-colon can really make a difference to the quality of your English writing. All the best to you!


Thank you ma’am.


Good learning!


I got 08/10. Thank you Rebecca!


Wow my… I don’t believe it! I got 9 out of 10.
Super cool.
I so happy Yes yes yes…
Thanks Rebecca!! So good!


    Congratulations to you, Rosemary. Clearly, you understood the lesson well and were able to apply the rules correctly in practice. Great job! My best wishes to you.


Thank you Rebecca.

ann ann

Thank you Rebecca.

Dejene Gersu

Thank you Rebecca.I will try to semi-colon in my GRE exam;I hope I get the higher score in the writing part.


Detail explanation. Please make a video about Full-Colon(:)


nice lesson, thank you


I’ve got 10/10/ Thank you very much, Rebecca!


Hello,how can i take my lessons on this website, could you help me


I got 7/10 the lesson is quite difficult. Thank Rebecca

nguyen van long

i got 6/10 thanks

bilkisu ibrahim

Thank you very much for the lesson. As always, your’s explanations of difficult topics of english grammar are both brilliant and simple. I was quite surprised though that you should use a semi-colon before a transitional expression and not just a regular comma. This is something I was unaware of all this time until now.


8/10 thanks for this encouraging lesson


I enjoyed the demonstration of the subtle use of semicolon. I am able to use it in French but I have never learned formal use. Thank you Rebecca.
A question please; should I capitalize the “f” of “french” as above?


    Yes, in English, names of languages and nationalities must be capitalized. Glad you found the lesson useful! Once you start using the semi-colon in your writing, you will take your English to a higher level. All the best to you, beernaard.


      Thank you Rebecca.


Really nice class!
Thanks, Rebecca.


Hi, Rebecca! I’ve got 10 out of 10. Thank you for a clear and understandable explanation of how to apply semi-colon in our writing.

Leonid Ramzaev

Thank you so much


Fantastic lesson once again. Thanks a lot.

Arieh Dorjee

I am very happy that I am able to get help from you. Your explanation is very easy to follow. I am not able to find all the tenses explanation videos from your lesson. Is it possible to show in your lesson content all the video lessons of the tenses?


Thanks,Rebecca;It was really useful.


Thank you….!!

Jakub Alvarez

Thanks to each of you for watching and sharing your comments! Try to use the semi-colon today, in an email, academic assignment, or business document. It will make a big difference!


    This lecture is what I exactly need. ❤️❤️❤️
    May i just ask one favor. Would you please give us the complete list of the transition where I can use semi-colon.

    You only stated however and therefore etc… How about ‘ although, even though, despite, in spite of, moreover and furthermore’ ?


10/10. Thankful always, Ma’am Rebecca!


Thank you so much Rebecca!!!!


thank you

nighty boy

I got 80%

nighty boy

Thank you Rebecca for your teach


finally I found such a nice mentor like you. thank you so much for being such nice in teaching appreciate you. :)

md. shohan

I got 7/10, but I should be more careful while doing it. I understood the rule. You way of describing is awesome.


Thank you very much


Thank you teacher i learned more about english
I love this language becouse my mother language is arabic thank you again

Anouar chinoune

Thank you! I really need it this lesson; punctuation can be difficult when you don’t know the language.

tsmith 5262

Now it is clear to me where to use the semi-colon. Thank you for the lesson!

Daniel Juan

Great lesson. I seldom used this punctuation earlier as I did not clearly understand the concept, but now I do. Thank you making it so clear and easy.

Arieh Dorjee

Thank you, teacher. I become better at your lesson.


Great stuff. Learnt how to use colon and semi colon methodically for the first time.

Thank you.


Is very useful, thanks


Thank you.


I really enjoy this lesson and learn a lot of about punctuation mark semi colon

Zahoorkhankaro12@gmail. com

Great Lasne Thank you’ll


It was great lesson! Thank you Rebecca.


Dear Rebecca, Happy New Year!


I’ve been having doubts on the use of the semi-colon,but with insights from this lesson,I’II be confident enough to use it correctly.

Job Okeno

It was really useful; therefore, I will start using it in my writings.


Its wrong if I use a regular comma instead of using semicolon in the explanation number 2?

Aline Almeida

    Number 1*

    Aline Almeida

I enjoyed this lesson a lot so, I thank you to Rebecca.


I was sick yesterday;I didn’t go to work. Today, I feel better; I went to work.
How is my sentences,Rebecca? Did I do correctly or is it incorrect sentences?
I hope you can respond to my question.
Thank you,Rebecca.


I scored 100;thanks ma’m.

Sarah Sagbe



Thank you for this useful lesson which I’ve always wondered about.


You are so clear in your explanations.
Thank you very much!


I really love your lesson mam


Your video lecture is so amazing . I am going to watch all lectures .

Neeraj daiya

good lesson actually


amazing. specially the quiz part


I think this lesson was very important, because there are different rules among languages. May you add more lessons about other punctuation marks? Thank you very much.


really didn’t understand the last part of the lesson which is taking about the way to know when we can use the semi-colon and when we can’t , really didn’t understand the last part of the lesson which is taking about the way to know when we can use the semi-colon and when we can’t , may you give me an example ??


The lecture is so interesting,impressive and useful, but I have an query.

as you said, it shouldn’t use while using conjunctive adverbe right ?
here is an example,I have seen it in a book (pdf) from British Colombia; under title: constructing sentences,page number 16 as a example of complex sentences.
( today,I study grammar; therefore,tomorrow,I will be a better writer)
can you please give your guidelines on the above mentioned sentence ?

Harish kumar bhardwaj

thank you so

ahmed kamel osman

Enjoyed the session


Thanks mam.


I’ve just first studied this lesson, but I got 8 correct out of 10. I’m very glad.
Thank you very much, teacher.


    Excuse me, classmates😁 could you tell me the techer’s lesson how to watch? I think the teacher is busy teaching her class, so I want to ask you. I hope you can help me.

    Elizabeth Chady

I really Interested this Lesson. Hi and thankyou Rebecca.


Really interesting video.

Jhabindra belbase

It has been a useful teaching.
Thanks a lott.


Thank you. I do it.


Thank you I think i will do better on my writing I love writing by the way


Yehey! I got 100. Thank you!


Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Barnett Barnett

Really enjoyed your video and had learnt from it.

Chih-Ying Chen

Rebecca, I am sincerely grateful for this video; it is an eye-opener.


Really great and interesting lesson.

Javeria Umar

hi teacher , i’m a new student , but i don’t speak english very good , i want to improve my language with you if you can ☺


Hi Rebecca, Thank you very much for you lessen; indeed, it is very useful!

Could you please verify to me the use of “:” and “;” are correct in the below paragraph;also, please kindly explain why it’s correct or wrong.

Finally, I would argue that a humane society should not abandon those in need. Going to the aid of individuals who are seriously hurt even when they are responsible for their plight -is morally right. Enlightened cultures do this already: smokers who develop lung cancer are treated; careless drivers injured in motor vehicle accidents are given medical support; and those living in poverty receive financial aid from the state.

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