Cassell Guide to Punctuation

By: Todd, Professor Loreto

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When is a semicolon called for? How does its differ from it's? And, when exactly do you need a comma? The answers to these and many other questions are all here, in this handy guide to punctuation. An overview explains today's taste in punctuation, and a dictionary covers abbreviations, accent marks, apostrophes, capitalization, colons and semi-colons, commas, contractions, dashes, exclamation points, hyphens, icons, italics, and more. Plus: specific examples focus on letter writing, addressing envelopes, and punctuating foreign languages

Title: Cassell Guide to Punctuation

Author Name: Todd, Professor Loreto

Categories: Reading and Writing,

Publisher: United Kingdom, Orion Publishing Co: 5/Jul/1999

ISBN Number: 0304349615

ISBN Number 13: 9780304349616

Binding: Paperback

Seller ID: 2657

Description: Colour 130 128 This is a guide to punctuation, taking the reader through each punctuation mark in turn, explaining precisely how it functions and when it should be used. In addition, the book highlights some common pitfalls and errors, and discusses the difference between English and American approaches to punctuation. Organized in A-Z format, it also provides hints on how to set out extended pieces of prose, such as essays, letters, reports and bibliographies. Numerous illustrative examples are included. (ISBN: 9780304349616 - When referring to this item please quote our stock ID: 2657)

Keywords: Learning English,