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Punctuations

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punctuations explains usage of commas, periods, colons, semicolons, hyphens etc..........
punctuations explains usage of commas, periods, colons, semicolons, hyphens etc..........

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ACADEMIC STUDIESENGLISH
 
Support Materials and Exercisesfor
GRAMMAR: PART III
Punctuation and Capitalization
 
WINTER 1999
 
 
GRAMMAR: PART III - PUNCTUATION & CAPITALIZATION
ACADEMIC ENGLISH
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
The following persons have contributed to the development of this learning material:
Content and Structure:Curriculum Developer(s)
 Leslie Childs.................English Curriculum Content ExpertNew Brunswick Community College..........Bathurst
Project Supervision/Co-ordination:
Angela Acott-Smith............Project Co-ordinatorNew Brunswick Community College.......Woodstock Kay Curtis...................Literacy Co-ordinatorNew Brunswick Community College.......Woodstock This document is available full-text on the World Wide Web thanks tothe National Adult Literacy Database
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The financial support for this learning materials project was provided bythe National Literacy Secretariat of  Human Resources Development Canada. Winter 1999
 
This support module may be used with BAU-ENG 6.3, Punctuation, BAU-ENG6.4, Capitalization, and IAU-ENG 2.4 Sentence Writing.
 
BAU-ENG 6.3PUNCTUATIONOBJECTIVE
Upon successful completion of this unit, the learner will be able to1. correctly punctuate sentences.2. identify incorrectly placed punctuation.
TEACHING POINTSLevel
Writing1start sentences with capitals3/4Sentences2use end stops: periods, exclamation points, question marks3/4Commas3to separate words and phrases in a series3/44to separate items in dates3/45to separate items in an address3/46after salutations and closings of friendly letters5/67after introductory words and phrases5/68separate main clauses in compound sentences5/6Quotation9before and after simple sentences in direct quotes5/6Marks10in continuous and broken quotes5/611in dialogue5/6Colon12clock time3/413to introduce a list5/6Semicolon14to separate main clauses in compound sentences5/6Apostrophe15in contractions3/416in possessive nouns3/417in specific words: oclock, Halloween3/4

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