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  1. How to punctuate a city, state combo correctly?
    COMMA BEFORE AND AFTER THE STATE.

    He knew he was washed up in Bath, Maine, when his show was scrubbed.

    Show me the St. Louis, Missouri, map.
  2. T OR F 
    When writing a city name followed by the country, separate them with a comma?
    TRUE 

    He got plastered in Paris, France, and broiled in London, England, last week
  3. A complete date (consisting of a month, day, and year) HOW DO YOU WRITE IT?
    a comma after the day and after the year.

    She left the bank in Paris on July 1, 2008, for a job in Teller, Alaska.

    Remember: If there’s a comma before the year, put a comma after the year.
  4. DEFINE NEVERTHELESS
    • -To add surprising information or something in contrast to what was already said or written. 
    • -IN SPITE OF WHAT HAS JUST BEEN SAID
    • -ALL THE SAME

    Morgan stopped working as a doctor in 1973. Nevertheless, he remained active in medical research until his death.

    We are seriously over budget. I have nevertheless decided to continue with the project.
  5. DEFINE HOWEVER
    used to introduce a statement that contrasts with or seems to contradict something that has been said previously. OR USE THE WORD "BUT".

    "People tend to put on weight in middle age. However, gaining weight is not inevitable".

    Synonyms: nevertheless, nonetheless, but, still, yet, though, although, even so, for all that, despite that, in spite of that or what was just stated.
  6. DEFINE FOR
    • BECAUSE,
    • THE REASON WHY,
    • THE CAUSE OF SOMETHING.
  7. DEFINE THE WORDS MOREOVER, FURTHERMORE, IN ADDITION, ALSO
    ALL MEAN "AND"
  8. NAME SOME Common Subordinating Conjunctions AND HOW THEY ARE USED.
    after before unless although even though until as if when because since while.

    USE THESE TO MAKE A DEPENDENT CLAUSE AND REMEMBER IF IT'S IN FRONT OF INDEPENDENT CLAUSE THEN USE A COMMA AFTER THE DEPENDENT CLAUSE. 

    Because it rained all week, parts of the highway were flooded.
  9. thus
    consequently
    therefore

    ALL THREE MEAN WHAT?
    "AS A RESULT"
  10. ANY MORE VS ANYMORE
    ANY MORE  MEANS " IN ADDITION" (COMPLETE)

    • ANYMORE MENAS "ANY LONGER"
    • (TIME)
  11. EACH VS EVERY
    • EACH = INDIVIDUALS AS ONE 
    • EVERY = GROUP ACTING AS ONE
  12. ALL TOGETHER VS ALTOGETHER
    ALL TOGETHER MEANS EVERYONE AT ONCE OR ACTING TOGETHER. 

    ALTOGETHER MEANS COMPLETELY
  13. DEFINE WHEREUPON
    at which time — used to say that something happens directly after something else and often as a result of it.

    EX:He graduated from high school in 1986, whereupon he immediately joined the navy.
  14. DEFINE WHERE
    • 1a : at or in what place?
    • 1b : to what place?
    • 2 : when or at what point?
    • 3 : how or in what way?
    • 4 : to what goal or result?
  15. DEFINE POINT OF VIEW

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