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Business Punctuation

Periods, Question marks, and Exclamation points 5.1

Use a period after (blank) and (blank) sentences declarative and imperative sentences
Use a period after (blank) questions indirect
Use a period after request phrased as (blank) questions
a) What does a declarative sentence do? b) Imperative sentence? a) makes a statement b) is an order or a command
Indirect question a statement because it rephrases a question in statement form.
polite request request that ends with a period
DO NOT use a period after the following 1) number or letters in parentheses 2)headings or titles appearing on separate lines 3)Roman numerals (except when followed by titles, as in outlines) 4) even dollar amounts 5)abbreviations ending with a period
Do not use items in a list, unless the items are (blank) sentence complete
A question mark is used after a (blank) question direct
When a series of questions is included in one sentence, use a ? after each question. Don't (blank) first words in the individual question capitalize Ex: Will you be opening branches in England? in Japan? in Germany?
Created by: Tiffastic