Take another look at the passage:

Anyone who enters Cedric's apartment can tell that this young man has a dog. For example, puncture marks in the mini blinds, dog snot clouding the windows, and paw prints on the beige upholstery.

You chose to connect the afterthought fragment to the main clause in front, like this:

Anyone who enters Cedric's apartment can tell that this young man has a dog; for example, puncture marks in the mini blinds, dog snot clouding the windows, and paw prints on the beige upholstery.

Unfortunately, a semicolon won't work here. Review the rules.

Go back to the sentence to try again.

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