Take another look at the passage:

Despite Cassandra's stern warning, Alex walked over to flirt with Helen. The most beautiful—and dangerous—woman at the party.

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

Despite Cassandra's stern warning, Alex walked over to flirt with Helen; the most beautiful—and dangerous—woman at the party.

Unfortunately, you cannot connect these two parts with a semicolon. Review the rules.

Go back to the sentence to try again.

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