Ch. 5-pg142 Part 2

Ch. 5-pg142 Part 2
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  • Colon
  • Today has been a good day: I went to a movie and played video games.
  • Dash
  • I get should get home--wait, where are my friends?
  • Hyphen
  • Where is the beef-chicken Alfredo?
  • A colon is a punctuation mark that directs the reader's attention to the material that follows it.
  • Quotation Marks
  • A dash is a punctuation mark used to show a sudden change of thought.
  • Parentheses
  • I would love to get it (but it costes 100 dollars).
  • A hyphen is a punctuation mark used after some prefixes and in forming some compound words.
  • Apostrophe
  • I'm sorry sir, but you don't have enough.
  • Quotation marks indicate a direct quotation, a definition, nonstandard English, or a title.
  • Extra, extra, read all about it, "Fire causes roads to be blocked off."
  • A parenthesis is a punctuation mark used in pairs to set off nonessential words, phrases, or clauses. The pair is called parentheses.
  • The apostrophe is a punctuation mark used to indicate the omission of characters or possession.
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