COM 120 Week 4 The Semicolon Exercise 317

This archive file of COM 120 Week 4 The Semicolon Exercise 317 shows the solutions to the following problems:

1.
- The Canadian province of Quebec is French-speaking; its capital city is also called Quebec.
- The Canadian province of Quebec is French-speaking its capital city is also called Quebec.
2.
- The Old Quarter of Quebec has narrow cobblestone streets; therefore, it resembles a European city.
- The Old Quarter of Quebec has narrow cobblestone streets therefore, it resembles a European city.
3.
- The Old Quarter tempts visitors with its expensive boutiques however, the view of the nearby St. Lawrence River is free.
- The Old Quarter tempts visitors with its expensive boutiques; however, the view of the nearby St. Lawrence River is free.
4.
- The Old Quarter also has numerous sidewalk caf?s; a family eating Big Macs might sit across the street from a stylish couple dining on prime rib.
- The Old Quarter also has numerous sidewalk caf?s a family eating Big Macs might sit across the street from a stylish couple dining on prime rib.
5.
- The variety of international food offered includes onion soup, duck, and sole from France; pasta, pizza, and minestrone from Italy; and tostadas, burritos, and gorditas from Mexico.
- The variety of international food offered includes onion soup, duck, and sole from France, pasta, pizza, and minestrone from Italy, and tostadas, burritos, and gorditas from Mexico.
6.
- The city of Quebec is home to the University of Laval this institution is the oldest French-speaking university in North America.
- The city of Quebec is home to the University of Laval; this institution is the oldest French-speaking university in North America.
7.
- The University of Laval offers English-speaking Canadians scholarships for its French language program, in addition, students from all over the world pay full tuition to learn French there.
- The University of Laval offers English-speaking Canadians scholarships for its French language program; in addition, students from all over the world pay full tuition to learn French there.
8.
- One French conversation class may have students from Los Angeles, California, Lima, Peru, Copenhagen, Denmark, and Vancouver, British Columbia.
- One French conversation class may have students from Los Angeles, California; Lima, Peru; Copenhagen, Denmark; and Vancouver, British Columbia.
9.
- A tourist in Quebec who speaks only English need not fear the language barrier; printed material appears in both French and English.
- A tourist in Quebec who speaks only English need not fear the language barrier printed material appears in both French and English.
10.
- Most French Canadians know English on the other hand, they appreciate visitors who attempt to speak French.
- Most French Canadians know English; on the other hand, they appreciate visitors who attempt to speak French.

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