Does the following sentence have any missing semicolons? If so, where?: We have fulfilled our side of the contract we expect the other party to fulfill theirs.

1 Answer
Jun 2, 2018

Answer:

It is missing a semicolon.

Explanation:

The correct sentence would be:
We have fulfilled our side of the contract; we expect the other party to fulfill theirs.

A semicolon is used to separate two related independent clauses.
The two clauses ("We have fulfilled our side of the contract" and "we expect the other party to fulfill theirs") are independent because each could stand alone as a full sentence. You know that they're related because they are about the same topic and one logically follows the other, adding information.