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Carl Gillberg ECON 479 004 [email protected] Writer’s Rules
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Carl Gillberg Form the possessive  singular of nouns by  adding ’s Add on ’s whatever the final  consonant Charlie’s friend In a series of three or more  terms with a single  conjunction, use a comma  after each term except the  last In a series of three or more  terms with a single  conjunction, use a comma  after each term except the  last Red, white, and blue Enclose parenthetic  expressions between  commas Enclose parenthetic  expressions between  commas The best way to see a  country, unless you  are pressed for time,  is to travel on foot Place a comma before a  conjunction introducing an  independent clause Use comma before  conjunction introducing an  independent clause The situation is  perilous, but there is  still one chance of  escape Do not join independent  clauses with a comma No joining independent  clauses with a comma It is nearly half past  five; we cannot reach  town before dark Do not break sentences in  two
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course ECON 479 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Arizona.

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