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Humanities 7-8

Where do you use periods? at the end of a declarative sentance
When do you use question marks? at the end of a question
When do you use an exclamation point? at the end of an exclamation
When do you use a period or exclamation mark? at the end of a request or command
When do you use commas? to seprate items in a series
What do you use to separate two or more adjectives that come before a noun? a comma
What do you use to set off an expression that interrupts a sentance? a comma. ex: Brittany, our neighbor, has a garden.
When you set off non essential participal phrases and nonessential subordinate clause, what should you use? a comma. ex: Chanel, thrilled by the applause, took a bow.
What should you use to set off words that are in direct adress? a comma. ex. Come here now, Danielle.
When should you use a colon? a list of items
Created by: that_britt_chick