0119H PUNCTUATION MCI PDF

Bob Simmons, treasurer of the club Civilian In civilian practice, abbreviations designating a persons title usually begin with a capital letter and end with a period, such as: Mr. Miss no period Ms. Note: The words Senior and Junior are not capitalized except when used as a part of a name. Military In official military correspondence, all the letters of authorized abbreviations are capitalized and used without periods.

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Bob Simmons, treasurer of the club Civilian In civilian practice, abbreviations designating a persons title usually begin with a capital letter and end with a period, such as: Mr. Miss no period Ms. Note: The words Senior and Junior are not capitalized except when used as a part of a name. Military In official military correspondence, all the letters of authorized abbreviations are capitalized and used without periods.

The exception to this rule is where some branches of the Armed Forces use upper and lower case letters when abbreviating certain military ranks. Therefore, improper punctuation can cause a simple idea to become confusing and less effective to the intended audience.

By successfully completing this lesson, you will learn valuable end punctuation skills. Learning Objectives Upon completion of this lesson, you should be able to Identify the correct use of the period. Identify the correct use of the question mark. Identify the correct use of the exclamation point. If a sentence ends in an abbreviation that is separated by periods, no additional periods are needed.

Additionally, if a sentence ends with an abbreviated word and requires a question mark or an exclamation point, it is placed following a period.

Statements Examples of a statement follow: I was here yesterday. The speaker added, Now all of you may leave. I live on Park Chester Ave. Do you live on Winchester St.?

Note: The period is placed inside closing quotation marks. Mild Commands Examples of mild commands follow: Please do not smoke. Think of the possibilities. Indirect Questions Example of indirect questions follow: I asked him his name. I would like to know how many you need. Please tell me what you said. Abused children eventually stop asking why they are being punished. How many do you need? What is the difference between these two people? Will economists ever really understand the economy?

What did you say? Questions Note: Do not use a question mark within parenthesis to express sarcasm or irony. Express these attitudes through sentence structure and diction.

Questions In Series Commas usually separate a series of brief questions at the end of a sentence; however, for emphasis you may place questions marks after each item in the series. Each question within the sentence begins with a lowercase letter. The officer asked how many times the suspect had been arrested. Is the population a hundred? With a series of independent questions, each independent question begins with a capital letter and is followed by a question mark.

Is her white blood cell count eight thousand? Who did the lab work? Does she know the lab results? We must not lose this election! Look at him now! I missed again! I heard him yell, "Ouch! Dont Combine No, the response was not terrific. To prolong your cars life, change its oil regularly. Exclamation points are never combined with other exclamation points, question marks, periods, or commas.

Correct: This will not be endured! Incorrect: This will not be endured! Relying on the exclamation point for emphasis will lessen the effectiveness to impress the reader.

Frequent exclamation points can also make writing sound overemotional. Summary In this lesson you learned the rules for using the period, question mark, and the exclamation point. Lets test what you have learned in this study unit with a short exercise.

Check your responses against those listed at the end of this study unit. Item 1 Choose the sentence that is correctly capitalized. Go ahead, the watchman exclaimed. If you want a few, take them, there are plenty more. Item 2 One rule for capitalizing first words of a direct quotation is that it must be a a. Item 3 Choose the sentence that is correctly capitalized.

Such animals, he added, Are quite harmless. Such animals, he added, are quite harmless. Continued on next page.

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ACE serves as a consensus leader on key higher education issues and seeks to influence public policy through advocacy, research, and program initiatives. ACE does not issue these transcripts or make any adjustments to missing or incorrect information contained in them. Service members must contact the respective service specific Operations Centers for adjustments or corrections to the transcripts. Key to transcript terms: Military Course ID - This is the number the military service has assigned for this particular course. SH - Semester hours. Location - Valid location s where the course was completed. Each general rate involves the performance of entry-level tasks and leads to one or more ratings.

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