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ACT Punctuation

TermDefinition
Relative Clauses dependent clauses the describe a now and start with a relative pronoun or adverb "which" ALWAYS takes a comma, "that" NEVER takes a comma
Appositive Phrases any part of a sentence that can be removed without changing the sentence's fundamental meaning. MUST be bracketed by commas
Interjections if you see a transition word interrupting a clause, it needs to be set off with COMMAS
Introductions any time a sentence starts with a dependent clause or modifying phrase, it must be followed by a COMMA
2 ways to connect independent clauses 1. 2 independent clauses with a CONJUNCTION & A COMMA 2. 2 independent clauses with a SEMICOLON (no conjunction)
Lists and Commas in lists of three or more items, you MUST place a comma after EVERY item EXCEPT the last. MUST have a comma before "AND"
Possessive Apostrophes singular or plural not ending in "s" add an apostrophe and "s" the fox>>the fox's women>>women's
Possessive Apostrophes plural ending in "s" add apostrophe at the end of the word, after the "s" the actors>>the actors'
Should this noun be possessive? take the noun, put an "of" in front of it, & stick it after the noun or phrase that follows it. I lost a months work>>I lost the work of a month>> I lost a month's work
Should of, Could of, Would of ALWAYS wrong Should've= Should Have
it's its its' it's: "it is" or "it has" (replace with "he is") its: possessive (replace with "his") its': NOT A WORD
they're there their they're: they are there: place their: possessive
who's whose who's: who is whose: possessive-what belongs to someone
your you're yore your: possessive-belonging to you you're: you are yore: a long time age
Created by: Lachelle
 

 



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