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PUNCTUATION
MARKS
CASES
PUNCTUATION MARKS
DOTS
SENTENCE
GRAMMAR
LANGUAGE
INSIDE
SPELLING
USAGE
RULES
AUTHOR
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Definitions

  1. Punctuation is the act and the effect of punctuating, i.e. (Web site)

Punctuation

  1. Korean, the third member language of CJK, currently uses Western punctuation.
  2. Chinese, Japanese, and Korean did not use punctuation before the modern era.
  3. These only came into use relatively recently, the ancient forms of these languages having no punctuation at all.
  4. An exclamation mark is a punctuation mark, and like the full stop (or period), it marks the end of a sentence.
  5. Nonetheless, it shares with punctuation marks the office to organize and clarify writing. (Web site)

Marks

  1. Create other redirects to represent reasonable variations on capitalization, punctuation, and diacritics.
  2. Whenever it is reasonable to do so, use the style that was used in the original text; do not alter it to conform to Wikipedia punctuation.
  3. There are punctuation errors and numerous cite tags.
  4. She replied, "Americans do it thus." This is also true with similar punctuation marks (such as brackets).
  5. The ref tag should be placed after punctuation, not before it i.e.

Cases

  1. In most cases, simply follow the usual rules of English punctuation.
  2. Usually, there should be just one disambiguation page for all cases (upper- or lower-case) and variant punctuation.
  3. A re-wording to avoid complicated punctuation would probably be in order in most cases.

Punctuation Marks

  1. Alone among punctuation that marks pauses or logical relations in text, the unspaced em dash disables this for the words between which it falls.
  2. This is both a centering period Math operator and a punctuation character used in the Catalan language. (Web site)
  3. The earliest writing had no capitalization, no spaces and no punctuation marks.
  4. Brackets are punctuation marks, used in pairs to set apart or interject text within other text.

Dots

  1. If an ellipsis ends the sentence, then there are three dots, each separated by a space, followed by the final punctuation.
  2. The Greeks were using punctuation marks consisting of vertically arranged dots - usually two (c.f.

Sentence

  1. Complete sentences in captions should always end in a period (or other appropriate punctuation).
  2. A bracketed phrase is enclosed by the punctuation of a sentence (as shown here).
  3. Some words, phrases or facts must be referenced mid-sentence; footnotes at the end of a sentence or phrase are placed immediately after the punctuation.
  4. In English, punctuation is vital to disambiguate the meaning of sentences.
  5. Punctuation marks ( kut--ten ---------) Symbol JIS code Unicode name or names Usage --- 2123 3002 kuten (------) maru (---) Marks the end of a sentence.

Grammar

  1. Runic texts use a semicolon-like punctuation mark to separate words.
  2. This web site is intended as a brief guide to English punctuation.
  3. Grammar, punctuation and style for journalists.
  4. Guide covers grammar, punctuation, spelling, cliches, and jargon.

Language

  1. The use of punctuation was not standardized until after the invention of printing.
  2. Chinese and Japanese use a different set of punctuation marks from Western languages. (Web site)
  3. Microsoft use these punctuation marks to denote a mail merge "field", such as --Title--, --AddressBlock-- or --GreetingLine--. (Web site)
  4. Punctuation developed dramatically when large numbers of copies of the Christian Bible started to be produced.
  5. Other punctuation marks are more different, whether in shape or usage: * The Chinese and Japanese full stop is a fullwidth small circle (。).

Inside

  1. In quoted dialogue in British English, punctuation goes inside the quotes, the same as in American English.
  2. For example, "Stop!" has the punctuation inside the quotation marks.
  3. Punctuation inside quotes is appropriate for some types of quotation, such as spoken dialogue.

Spelling

  1. Online directory for grammar, spelling, punctuation, research, creative writing, and proofreading resources.
  2. Garbl's Editorial Style Manual - Style manual for abbreviations, capitalization, grammar, numbers, punctuation, spelling and word usage.

Usage

  1. Answers to common questions about usage, style, grammar and punctuation.
  2. Also, Webgrammar answers questions about American English grammar, punctuation, spelling, capitalization, and usage.

Rules

  1. The rules of punctuation vary with language, location, register and time, and are constantly evolving.
  2. Like Classical Chinese, traditional Mongolian employed no punctuation at all. (Web site)
  3. Some punctuation marks are similar in use to their equivalent Western ones. (Web site)
  4. See orthography.The ''rules'' of what punctuation marks should be used in what circumstances vary with language, location and time.

Author

  1. Certain aspects of punctuation are stylistic and are thus the author's (or editor's) choice.
  2. The rules are constantly evolving and certain aspects of punctuation are style — the author's choice.

Categories

  1. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Information > Reference > Symbols
  2. Sources > Documents > Printing > Typography
  3. Culture > Languages > Language > Unicode
  4. Society > Culture > Languages > Language
  5. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Nature > Systems > Notation

Subcategories

Ellipsis
Question Mark
Semicolon
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