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Punctuation in very short sentences:
1. Commas indicate a pause.
2. Semicolons indicate a near stop; they make you slow down even more than a comma.
3. A period indicates a full stop.
4. A colon introduces something and links that something to the preceding material.
5. A question mark indicates a query. Indicate it clearly in your text.
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vizard (n.) mask; visor.
Source: Atyo, John (ed.) The Hutchinson Dictionary of Difficult Words. Bounty Books. 2003.
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edaphic (adj.) pertaining to or conditioned by soil; indigenous. edaphology (n.) study of soils. edaphon (n.) living organisms in soil.
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13 Rules for Using Commas
1. Use a comma before any coordinating conjunction (and, but, for, or, nor, so, yet) that links two independent clauses; e.g.,: "I went running, and I saw a duck."
2. Use a comma after a dependent clause that starts a sentence. For example: "When I went running, I saw a duck."
3.Use commas to offset appositives from the rest of the sentence. For example, "While running, I saw a mallard, a kind of duck." Or, "A mallard, a kind of duck, attacked me."
4. Use commas to separate items in a series. For example, "I went to the store and bought bananas, apples, and grapes."
5. Use a comma after introductory adverbs: "Finally, I went running."
6.Use a comma when attributing quotes. For example, "The runner said, 'I saw a duck.'"
7.Use a comma to separate each element in an address.
8.Also use a comma to separate the elements in a full date. For example, "Friday, March 15, 2013, was a strange day." You don't need to add a comma when the sentence mentions only the month and year. "March 2013 was a strange month."
9,Use a comma when the first word of the sentence is a freestanding "yes" or "no."
10. Use a comma when directly addressing someone or something in a sentence.
11. Use a comma between two adjectives that modify the same noun. For example, "I saw a big, black bird."
12. Use a comma to offset negation in a sentence; e.g., "I saw a dog, not a cat, when I went running."
13. Use commas before every sequence of three numbers when writing a number larger than 999. (Two exceptions are writing years and house numbers.) For example, 10,000 or 1,304,687.
For more details on the proper use of commas, visit https://www.businessinsider.com/a-guide-to-proper-comma-use-2013-9.
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