Do the following 2 sentences have the same meaning?
Is sentence 2 better than sentence 1 ,because of fewer comma?
For example, when I was a clerk, I was responsible for replying to emails, and in the first year of my BSc, I received 70 marks for a project about company share.
For example, I was responsible for replying to emails when I was a clerk, and l received 70 marks for a project about company shares in the first year of my BSc.
Raymott is saying that, grammatically you can but it would be illogical or sounds silly to do so.Could you please tell me how can I join 2 unrelated sentences (using my sentence as example)?
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