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Unformatted text preview: ' apostrophe = égal % pourcent * astérisque $ dollar . point «» guillemets ! point d'exclamation + plus \ barre oblique inverse > supérieur à # dièse [ ] crochets < inférieur à ? point d'interrogation : deux points - _ soulignement ; point virgule ( ) / barre oblique moins, tiret, trait d'union parenthèses @ arobase, a commercial, arobe The punctuation symbols in French operates very similarly to English with the same meaning. The only punctuation symbol not present in French would be the quotation marks; these are replaced by the guillemets shown in the table above. The two stroke punctuation marks (such as ;, :, ?, !) may require a non-breaking space before or after the mark in question. For purposes of this textbook, this style will be used to maintain consistency with other projects on WikiMedia - however, the location and context at which you will use French may have different spacing rules. The following resources are an example of available materials for further reading: Lexique des règles typographiques en usage à l'Imprimerie nationale, ISBN 9782743304829, Imprimerie nationale Wikipédia:Conventions typographiques (http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipédia:Conventions_typographiques#Espaces) French Style Guide (http://www.cprp.ca/guide.php?category_name=autres-ressources/#english) , Nova Scotia Department of Education (for Canadian French) EXERCISE • Translator (http://translate.google.com/translate_t) • Exercise Appendix • Print version • E: 0.03 1 - Punctuation - State the Word [show ▼] ...
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