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100% Vocab Lesson 1

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a shortened form of a word or phrase used in place of the whole word; often followed by a period (e.g. Doctor=Dr.) abbreviation
a punctuation mark used in a possessive or in a contraction (e.g. don't) apostrophe '
to make the first letter of a word an uppercase letter capitalize
a punctuation mark used before a list of items; before a long, formal statement or quotation;or between an hour and a minute (e.g.,6:30) colon :
a punctuation mark used to separate things in a series of words in adays and months (e.g., Saturday, February 4) comma ,
a word formed by putting two words together, replacing one or two letters with an apostrophe (e.g. do not = don't) contraction
punctuation marks used at the end of a sentence: . ? ! end marks . ? !
to read over a piece of writing before it is finished in order to find and correct any mistakes proofread
punctuation marks used to enclose a person's exact words (e.g., Kelly said, "Hi.") quotation marks " "
a punctuation mark used between indnependent clauses if they are not joined by words like but, or and and; a mark used between words in a series if they contain commas (e.g., Chicago, IL; Phoenix, AZ) semicolon ;
Created by: Mrs W FES
 

 



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