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An A to Z of Punctuation

Online punctuation course

We all know the difference a misplaced comma can make. A classic example is:Online punctuation course

Let’s eat, grandma.
Let’s eat grandma.

But other aspects of punctuation often trip people up. For instance, do you know when to use a semicolon? And what about how to use apostrophes?

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‘A very valuable online grammar program, confirming a lot of what I already understood to be correct and defining those tricky situations I’ve never been sure of. Great to have the punctuation guide for continued reference.’

‘There were a number of refreshing facts throughout this program and it clarified a number of punctuation rules that I was unsure of.’

‘I found this course to be very useful. I learned some punctuation rules that I was previously unaware of.’

‘Quick and simple way to improve your everyday punctuation.’

Course content

This course developed by Mary Morel covers:

  • Grammar terms
  • Ampersands (&)
  • Apostrophes
  • Capitals
  • Colons ( : ) and semicolons ( ; )
  • Commas
  • Dashes
  • Full stops
  • Hyphens
  • Lists
  • Parentheses (often called brackets)
  • Question marks
  • Quotation marks
  • Resources

This course takes 2–3 hours to complete and you have access for one year.

Buy now for A$39

If you have bought this course and would like the US English version, email mary@onlinewritingtraining.com.au – there are a few punctuation differences in US English, such as the position of full stops with quotation marks.

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