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The Complete Guide to English PunctuationLousyWriter.com has published a free ebook, entitled, "The Complete Guide to Punctuation" to help writers and non-writers master the proper usage of English punctuation.

This free eBook addresses proper use of semicolons, colons, the dash, commas and other important punctuation marks. The Internet has caused a trend towards misuse of punctuation in emails, blog posts, and online correspondence. It is essential to maintain correct and proper use of punctuation to convey the writer's precise meaning. An incorrect punctuation mark can change the meaning of an entire sentence, so it is important to understand what punctation mark to use and where to use it. Our ebook contains several examples for each punctuation mark.

A few of the chief grammatical points you will learn are :

1. The Period (.)

You will learn:

a) how to use a period to complete sentence;
b) how to use periods in abbreviated words;
c) how to use a period in complete expressions, such as headings, titles, signatures, imprints, and advertisements.

2. The Comma (,)

The Comma is used to mark the least degree of separation in the divisions of a sentence.

You will learn:

a) how to use a comma in compound sentences, and when to choose a comma instead of a semicolon;

b) how to use a comma in relative clauses that are explanatory or which present an additional thought are set off by commas;

c) how to use a comma in dependent clauses, parenthetical expressions, word pairs, and more.

3. The Semicolon (;)

The Semicolon is used to separate parts of sentences less closely connected than those separated by commas.

You will learn:

a) how to use a semicolon to separate parts of a sentence;
b) how to use a semicolon is short sentences; successive clauses; and additional clauses.

You will learn about several other punctuation marks and how to use them correctly. This eBook is written in Plain English with examples and color-colored words for easy reading.

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