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    #1

    A comma is used ...

    A comma is used between two independent clauses that are closely related but not joined by a conjunction.

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    This statement would be correct if I replaced the word comma with the semicolon. OK?

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    Re: A comma is used ...

    Yes, but it should be coordinating conjunction.

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