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A pair of complex sentences, drawn from a New York Times article about a police writing class, are punctuated differently with commas and semicolons. There's only one question, but it's a good one to press your grammarians to increase their sentence complexity and their perseverance at reading with care and accuracy. Source article (There's a link to it here.) might inspire bored or disenchanted writers who question whether they'll need writing skills outside of school.