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Katie Engen Dec 7
Brilliantly simple explanation of hyphen v. en dash v. em dash. Thanks,
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Standard Designs Dec 7
Punctuation error: never put one comma immediately after another.
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The Paren(t)hesis Nov 29
Parenthesis - because it takes a pair to grow a child.
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AccentVirtualService Dec 7
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Mary Elizabeth Dec 6
Replying to @RikRankin
Is this L.A. (the city in California) or LA (the fine state of Louisiana that is at the bottom of every metric except football, music and parading)?
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Nerys 22h
Replying to @Mattm_Williams
As in “breath taking - full stop - in every sense”.
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Rob Bignell, Editor 5h
How to properly use a semicolon (wink, wink)
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Trek Marketing 5h
Your strategy should include well thought out that allow your to relate to your or ... proper and also demonstrate a certain level of in your .
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hyphen Nov 30
Also I blame the twitter character limit for me giving up on
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Divya Tejnani Dec 7
Do you now have 100 stores in alone? If not... matters!!!
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Ciara Gigleux Dec 6
Have you heard of the greengrocer's apostrophe? Do you know why it would be wrong to say "I have some apple's for sale"? If not, check out my latest infographic! (and if you do know, check it out anyway!🤗)
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Kristen Stieffel Nov 30
Why is so hard… It’s complicated. No, I mean, the rules for punctuation are really complex. Geoffrey Pullum (one of the authors of The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language explains.
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Tom Gillispie 12h
Replying to @EDITORatWORK
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AmyMichelle Dec 7
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
Did someone named “the way” leave while you were tweeting, or is this another example of your wonderful education?
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Rob Bignell, Editor 3h
Serial comma: Use, don't use, or don't worry?
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LeslieO Dec 4
Some days, I wish I were a grad assistant, off to work at a Univ , talking commas & "how to write a rhetorical precis" all day. Alas, it's just a beautiful dream. For today, this & Handbook will have to do!
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jon Rusty Mango Dec 1
That's ridiculous. Saying nothing doesn't make you terrible person. Also, .
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Cristina Neagu Dec 4
How to drive your crazy: - Use two spaces (or more) between sentences - Use & instead of "and" - Misuse apostrophes (And if you want to be 😈, delete their Oxford commas) More about common mistakes:
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DoodleEnglish Dec 8
A parent’s guide to punctuation! (Part 1) A little rusty on punctuation and grammar? Not to worry! We’ve put together a quick, handy guide to making sure you know what goes where.
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Peregrine Firsdown 3h
I’m not sure I’d trust Sharp Practice to print too much if this is their attitude to apostrophes 😐
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