|⊡ Use five guidelines for commas||262|
|⊡ Use semi-colons or bullets for sentence lists||266|
|⊡ Get your apostrophes right||267|
|⊡ Understand some punctuation history||270|
|⊡ Balance the rhetorical and grammatical functions of punctuation||271|
|⊡ Join and separate with hyphens, dashes and slashes||272|
|⊡ Use colons for introduction and apposition||275|
|⊡ Use brackets for less important parenthetical elements||276|
|⊡ Terminate with full stops or question marks and avoid exclamation marks||277|
|⊡ Prefer single to double quotation marks||278|
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Publication information: Book title: Writing at Work: How to Write Clearly, Effectively and Professionally. Contributors: Neil James - Author. Publisher: Allen & Unwin. Place of publication: Crows Nest, N.S.W.. Publication year: 2007. Page number: 261.
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