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More and more holidaymakers are choosing to fly to remote

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Whats wrong with answer choice A??


A semicolon separates two independent clauses. (A) makes the second part of the semicolon a fragment.
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New post 17 Sep 2016, 10:53
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meetmba91 wrote:
Whats wrong with answer choice A??


A semicolon separates two independent clauses. (A) makes the second part of the semicolon a fragment.


In choice A the part after semicolon is not a clause but a fragment as it does not contain a subject verb pair. Generally the independent clauses are separated by a semicolon, and separating a fragment from a clause using a semicolon is wrong usage. Thus A is clearly incorrect.

However I was surprised to see the answer. Choice D is a run on sentence as it connects independent clauses using a comma. Choice E is quite justified in this question.
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