You were in the suggestions and I was scrolling down I hit the add button accidentally.

Waji

Senior Member
Urdu
Hi, everyone.

Could you tell me which of these are punctuated correctly?

You were in the suggestions and I was scrolling down; I hit the add button accidentally.

You were in the suggestions. I was scrolling down, and I hit the add button accidentally.

You were in the suggestions. I was scrolling down and accidentally, I hit the add button.

Thanks.
 
  • Barque

    Senior Member
    Tamil
    You were in the suggestions and I was scrolling down; I hit the add button accidentally.
    I can't tell if the semicolon is appropriate in this because I don't understand the sentence. What does it mean?
    You were in the suggestions. I was scrolling down, and I hit the add button accidentally.
    You were in the suggestions. I was scrolling down and accidentally, I hit the add button.
    These two are easier to follow as far as punctuation is concerned. I'd drop the comma in both.
     

    kentix

    Senior Member
    English - U.S.
    You really don't need any punctuation.

    You were in the suggestions list that I was scrolling through and I accidentally hit the add button by your name.
     
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