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What punctuation to use with this long sentence?
A good employee aspiring prefection, and exerting renless efforts, and being honest to ones' self - deserves to be promoted.
I used a dash here, but I'm not sure if this is right?
Whoops! Sorry, I was in a hurry.
Here is the correct sentence.
A good employee aspiring prefection, and exerting restless efforts, and being honest to one's self - deserves to be promoted.
What should I use instead of the dash?
I see, thank you.
Let me give you a better example.
If you read the text book, read extra stuff online, do assignments on time, and turn the research on time, you will get a good grade.
Is the comma appropriate before "you will get a good grade"?
Won't a semi colon be better to help distinguish this part from the rest of the clutter which is full of commas?