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-Ellipsis When to Use a Semicolon: Semicolon Sea Hyphen Hill When to use a hyphen: Ellipsis Edge Lauren Hudson
Natalie Nichols Grammar Island Grammar When to Use a Colon: Colon Creek Take 50 steps to
Colon Creek... don't worry it won't make you a geek Now that you have learned that rule,
you're a step closer to being cool.
Continue on the path to Semicolon Sea,
and then a grammar expert you will be. Congratulations, you made it through the sea, continue on your way to find the key. Take 17 steps toward Hyphen Hill, you're almost done, just 1 more still. Congratulations! You're now a grammar extraordinaire continue down the path your prize awaits you there! -before a list of items
-before a long formal statement or a long quote
-between hour and minute
-between title and subtitle
-after salutation of a business letter -between independent clauses that are closely related in meaning if they are not joined by a conjunction.
-to separate independent clauses joined by a conjunctive adverb
-between items in a series if the items contain commas -word division
-attach prefixes or suffixes to words
-compound adjectives before the noun Continue on your way, do not stray, make a pledge to get to ellipsis edge. When to use ellipsis: - When you omit words from quoted materials
- When you omit a line of poetry, the entire line is ellipsis points
- To indicate a pause in dialogue