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COM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Independent Clause, French Fries

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Capitalization: is divided into two parts: capitalizing proper nouns, other uses of capitalization. Capitalizing proper nouns: capitalize proper nouns
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COM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Yellow Journalism, Investigative Journalism, Creative Nonfiction

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COM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Relative Clause, Sentence Clause Structure, Apposition

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Commas: commas with and, but, and or (and other coordinating conjunctions, a coordinating conjunction is a word used to connect other words. The most c
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COM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Block Quotation, Word Grammar

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Question marks: quotation marks with direct quotations and paraphrase, quotation marks are used to indicate writers are quoting someone word for word (
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COM 101 Chapter 6: Com 101 - Terry (1)

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COM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Semicolon, Independent Clause, Sentence Clause Structure

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1. semicolons: a semicolon has two basic functions: separating two parts of a compound sentence (two independent clauses are very closely related) In g
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COM 101 Chapter 3: COM 101 - Terry

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COM 101 Chapter 2: COM 101 Text Notes

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COM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Possessive, Auxiliary Verb, Personal Pronoun

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Think of -"s as meaning the possessive form of whatever noun the -"s is attached to. S" : this means both plural and possessive: in older frms of engli
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