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2013-03-07 05:45
An exclamation mark (!) is used to denote emphasis or a strong feeling of anger, excitement, surprise, joy, etc.Ex.: “That monument is stupendous!”     … Read More
2013-03-04 07:42
Ellipsis (…) is used when we need to omit some words/phrases/paragraphs from a quoted text.Ex.: Original Sentence: “Good people do not need laws to tell them to act responsibly… Read More
2013-02-28 07:06
A colon (:) is used to introduce a list. Ex.: He liked all types of junk foods: fries, pizzas, and burgers.       The zoo had many wild animals: tigers, lions… Read More
2013-02-26 06:12
A semicolon (;) is used to link two independent clauses with closely related themes. Ex.: John graduated in 2011; his brother graduated last year.       Train i… Read More
2013-02-19 06:15
A comma together with a conjunction connects two independent clauses. Ex.: His leg was injured, so he couldn’t run fast.        He had many cars, yet… Read More
2013-02-15 05:31
A full stop should not be used when the sentence ends with a question mark or exclamation mark.Incorrect Usage: When will you return home?.        &nb&hell…Read More
2013-02-13 07:56
A hyphen (-) is used to indicate some kind of break in word/text, especially at the end of a line. The syllable breaking conventions should be as per the dictionary. Ex.: discussion (dis&mid&hell…Read More
2013-02-09 05:28
An apostrophe is to be used to show possession, i.e., when we need to denote that a person/thing belongs to someone/something. Ex.: Tom’s shirt (Tom’s shirt was neatly ironed).&n&hell…Read More
2013-02-08 05:28
Using the after whoseNote: The definite article should not be used after the relative determiner whose.Incorrect Usage: The lady, whose the pursewas stolen, has gone to the police station.&n&hell…Read More
2013-02-05 06:43
Rule: The adverb enough should be placed after its qualifying word, not before. Incorrect Usage: The hall was enough big to accommodate 100 persons.       &nbsp&hell…Read More

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