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I have the following sentence:

The company will be oriented towards the development of three types of products: video games, video animations and digital marketing for which it will make use of a flexible and easy-to-grow type of organization.

I feel there is a grammatical error in terms of how the colon is implemented.

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There is no problem with the use of the colon, but I would use two sentences:

"The company will be oriented towards the development of three types of products: video games, video animations and digital marketing. It will make use of a flexible and easy-to-grow type of organization."

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You are using the colon correctly.

  • Thanks, but is the added content after the colon correct to remain part of that sentence? – John Dec 26 '17 at 17:29
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    A good answer on EL&U will explain why it is correct. – Jim Dec 27 '17 at 6:55
  • The content after the colon does not gave to be a complete sentence because you already have at least one complete thought. – Logikal Dec 27 '17 at 13:47

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