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Asked • 06/20/19

Use semicolon or period when telling a result of an action?

If you look at these sentences, the second one is result of the first: > Alex shouts and feels pain in his leg, and he rubs the place with hand and looks at the leg. His leg swelled little bit. So these two should be separated by a semicolon or by a period? I mean that the sentence above would become this one: > Alex shouts and feels pain in his leg, and he rubs the place with hand and looks at the leg; his leg swelled little bit.

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