Does the punctuation in a sentence go before or after the bracket?
Punctuation goes after the bracket.
After it depends on what you're saying. if the punctuation is in the sentence "hi everyone!" it goes first. say if its mum said "no". it comes after Read More
Where do the punctuation marks go in this sentence They all sang Happy Birthday before she cut the cake?
This " goes before Happy Birthday and after. Read More
A period would go inside parentheses to finish a complete sentence, but you always need sentence-ending punctuation outside of the parentheses. Read More
yes for example "Sally, go to your room!" Read More
Depends! (If the sentence starts and ends inside the brackets the punctuation does too.) If the sentence is part in (and part out) the punctuation goes outside the brackets. It is the same with quotation marks (look in a newspaper and you'll see what I mean). Read More
"What a beauty!" exclaimed Susie. Read More
Well, it should be MAY I have some of your drink, but here's the punctuation. "May I have some of your drink?" asked Karen. The quotation marks always go outside of the punctuation of the dialogue sentence, to show that it's dialogue instead of just a plain sentence. Read More
The single word 'Go' can only be considered a sentence when followed by punctuation characters that end a sentence (exclamation marks, question marks, period). Example : "Go!" (this is a single-word imperative form with the subject you understood) Read More
No. If the punctuation mark is used in the quotation it remains in the quotation. Punctuation marks always go inside the quotation if the quotation ends the sentence. Read More
If the contents of the bracket is a phrase or is merely adding to the sentence, the fullstop/period comes after the closing bracket. However, if the contents of the bracket is a full sentence or even several sentences, then the fullstop/period is inside of the bracket. Example: A new assignment? I was so excited (not). A new assignment? I was so excited (That's not actually true.). A new assignment? I was so excited. (That was… Read More
Punctuations and capitalization go hand in hand. Capital letter at the beginning of the sentence means that it's the start of the sentence then a period or question or exclamation point denotes the end of the sentence. Read More
In the United States, the question mark usually goes before the closed quotes. For example: you asked, "Does the question mark go before or after the quotes?" In that case the question mark indicates your statement in quotes is a question. The statements, "for example." and "you asked," are not part of the question. Your punctuation should indicate that. In the rare situation where the entire sentence would be a question, and the last part… Read More
This sentence is an example of a question. A question mark should go at the end of this question. Any sentence that starts with words like what, where, why which, and who requires a question mark, so it is correct in punctuation. Read More
How does Jamaica Kincaid use punctuation and sentence structure to create a demanding tone in the story Girl?
Jamaica Kincaid uses punctuation and sentence structure that makes that passage of her book look like a very large to-do list. She uses many semi-colons, a semi-colon is used for when a sentence could of ended, but in Jamaica case, the sentences never end, they go on and on. Read More
It depends on the context. In most notifications there is no punctuation; see the very bottom of this page for an example. Read More
Quotation marks go after the period in a sentence. She said, "I have to go now." Read More
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Put the punctuation inside the quotation marks. Read More
A preposition goes before the direct object in a sentence. Read More
Parenthesis go before the period. The period signals the end of the sentence. Read More
i know punctuation can seem pointless but you need it to help you firgure out where to pause so the sentence makes sense if you said for example: Time flies you cannot they go too fast. becomes Time flies? You cannot; they go too fast. Read More
Depending on the situation or sentence in which it is used, a colon could go before or after an asterisk. Read More
Some say yes, and some say no: there is disagreement on the definition of a run-on sentence. A run-on sentence always involves improperly joined (that is, without correct punctuation or conjunction) independent clauses. Some usage authorities define a run-on sentence strictly as having no punctuation or conjunction separating the independent clauses, while others use a broader definition that includes independent clauses joined only by a comma (the definition of a comma splice). Comma splice example… Read More
The verb is not incorrect, it is missing. The sentence should be "You had better go inside before you take sick." Read More
The main punctuation marks are: * Full stop or period ( . ) is the punctuation mark commonly placed at the end of several different types of sentences * Comma ( , ) is used in many contexts and languages, principally for separating things. * Exclamation mark ( ! ) is usually used after an interjection or exclamation to indicate strong feelings or high volume, and often marks the end of a sentence. * Question… Read More
Inside the quote if the punctuation is part of the quote. Read More
Yes, the word 'no' can be a complete sentence when it is a response to a sentence that came just before it. As a response, the previous sentence is implied as part of the sentence "No." Example: May I go with you? No. (No, you may not go with me.) Read More
If you want one long sentence, it would be: He had not done enough work for the test; he would fail. Use a semicolon to join two sentences when either of them could stand alone as a sentence. Read More
If one or more sentences are between parentheses, then put the period or other final punctuation between the parentheses: Always thank the bellboy. (Usually you should also tip him.) Otherwise put the period or other final punctuation outside the final parenthesis: Always thank the bellboy (and any other staff who has aided you). The period or other final punctuation belongs to the sentence as a whole. If the entire sentence is within parentheses, naturally that… Read More
Periods can go a lot of places, but mainly at the end of a statement. Ex: I went to the mall to shop for new clothes. (This is called a declarative sentence) Question marks go at the end of sentences as well. Ex: Where did that paper go? (This is called an interrogatory sentence) Another common type of punctuation is the exclamation point or mark, which always appear at the end of a sentence. Ex… Read More
it should go inside the bracket... otherwise it would't emphasize the text. whereas full stops (or periods as they are also named) go outside the brackets Read More
She would not be convinced (I had tried my best) so I let her go without selling her the subscription. Parentheses (a form of punctuation) should be used to separate a clause within a sentence. Commas, another type of punctuation can also be used (but I prefer to use brackets). This, he thought, would work perfectly (although he had thought such things before) and with great confidence he hurried off to get started. Read More
6 punctuation marks and what they do are: Period ends a sentence. eg "I went to the park today." Comma breaks up a sentence. eg "I think that the winter is great, however, I prefer summer." A semicolon is used if you need a larger break in a sentence. "huh; I didn't know that was your name." Apostrophes allow you to combine two words in some cases. "Hasn't your mom told you not to play… Read More
I have to ask permission from my parents before i go, but i would love to go. Read More
When using a period and a comma do you type the closing quotation mark brfore or after the punctuation mark?
With NO exceptions, the comma and period should go BEFORE the closing quotation mark. Always. Read More
When a footnote number is at the end of a sentence does the footnote number go before or after the period?
after Read More
A comma usually comes before and after "however". I would love to go to the beach with you, however, I have to work. Read More
When turning a spanish sentence into a negative spanish sentence wold the second no go before the aticle or the verb?
Well, if you wanted to make a make a spanish sentence negative, the no will always be before the verb and after the article. i.e. Yo no quiero ir a la escuela (I don't want to go to school) Read More
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Eat your breakfast before you leave. Do your homework before you go outside. Clean your room before you play football. Read More