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TUTORZ Jun 19
. Is. Important. Period.
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Jeff Varner Jun 14
What a difference a hyphen makes.
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DCTOP20 Jun 18
Ace Amin releases from out now on TIDAL 🔴
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Sam, The INTJ VA Jun 20
Words without lose meaning. Punctuation without words? I cant even take solace in patterns. The randomness 😲
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sam Jun 17
Surely today is Fathers' Day not Father's Day.
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Carolyn Schott Jun 20
I've recently met someone who seems to value the semi-colon as the ultimate in punctuation marks. Don't get me wrong, I have nothing AGAINST the semi-colon. But I generally use it sparingly - a bit of spicy seasoning in a paragraph rather than marinating.
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Richard Howes Jun 20
Read it aloud to check the
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A.M. Juster 5h
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Tom Gillispie 6h
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Tom Gillispie 7h
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Leo Friel 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 14h
Replying to @gdog2010_john
It’s not for her though.
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Tom Holmes 15h
My paper "Visionary Markings: Em Dashes and Ellipses in Walt Whitman’s 'Talbot Wilson' Notebook" appears
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Alex Markham 16h
Is the apostrophe going out of fashion? Some London councils seem to think so
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College of Media and Publishing - Online courses 17h
Are punctuation rules made to be broken? Read our new blog post to find out:
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IBSO Jun 22
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Foolproof (Sylvia Suddes) Jun 21
Remember, plurals do not take an unless they show possession.
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Emma Cownley Jun 19
Using a incorrectly can be fairly disastrous. Don't be a comma criminal, swot up on your basics:
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Penny Parkes Jun 19
Very proud Godmother taking The Godson out to lunch today... The first baby I ever held & now all his GCSEs squared away with aplomb... I’m hoping his was better than that on his t-shirt!! 😂😂
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Enago Jun 19
Four main paired symbols are the (or square bracket; also called in British English), the parenthesis (plural: parentheses), the brace (curly bracket in British English), & the inequality sign (pointy bracket). Here:
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Dictionary.com Jun 19
An exclamation point is defined as "the sign (!) used in writing after an exclamation."
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