Lecture10-Grammar-ColonDash

Lecture10-Grammar-ColonDash - Dash Colon Colon Use a colon...

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Dash (–), Colon (:) Colon Use a colon after an independent clause when it is followed by a list, a quotation, appositive, or other idea directly related to the independent clause. Lists Julie went to the store for some groceries: milk, bread, coffee, and cheese. The communication courses I am taking this term are as follows: Communication 110, Communication 130, and Communication 225. The best approach works this way: decide on a topic early in the course, approach your instructor with the idea for assistance, draw up an outline with a working bibliography, and be prepared to rewrite at least twice. I know the perfect job for her: a politician. Quotation In his Gettysburg Address, Abraham Lincoln urges Americans to rededicate themselves to the unfinished work of the deceased soldiers: "It is for us the living rather to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly advanced. If it wasn't for my computer, I would forget everything: my appointments, my phone
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