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Which sentence reads better?
« on: Jan 19, 2019, 12:53:29 AM »
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Trying to decide which sentence would be more grammatically correct and read better. It's a small change. Don't know if I should use the comma, semi-colon, or hyphen at the end of the sentence.

Hearing a low muffled whoosh next to him, he turned toward the oval elevator; catching sight of himself in its reflection.


Hearing a low muffled whoosh next to him, he turned toward the oval elevator, catching sight of himself in its reflection.

Hearing a low muffled whoosh next to him, he turned toward the oval elevator - catching sight of himself in its reflection.

Thanks for your help.

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https://www.writingforums.com/forums/95-SPAG-Spelling-Punctuation-and-Grammar
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