Grammar Slammer

Commas in Numbers
Commas with Certain Words Omitted
Commas with Quotations
Adding Commas for Clarity
Commas with Adjectives Following Nouns
When Not to Use Commas
Semicolon and Colon Contents
Semicolons with Clauses
Semicolons in a Series
Colons with Lists
Colons Before Quotations
Colons Separating Independent Clauses
Colons with Appositives
Special Cases Using Colons
New England Clam Chowder
Quotation Marks Contents
Quotation Marks in Direct Quotations
Question Marks and Exclamation Points in Quotations
Other Punctuation Marks with Quotation Marks
Quotation Marks in Dialogue
Quotation Marks in Titles
Titles Which Take No Punctuation
Quotation Marks with Slang
Definitions in Quotation Marks
Single Quotation Marks
Italics and Underlining Contents
Underlining Titles
Underlining Names
Underlining Foreign Words or Abbreviations
Underlining Words for Emphasis
Underlining Items Which Name Themselves
Titles Which Take No Punctuation
Scientific Nomenclature
Dashes and Parentheses Contents
Using Dashes
Dashes with Nonrestrictive Modifiers
Using Parentheses
Parentheses with Certain Numbers and Letters
Punctuation Inside Parentheses
Hyphens Contents
Numbers Written Out with Hyphens
Hyphenated Prefixes and Suffixes
Hyphenated Compound Words
Hyphens for Clarity
Dividing at the End of a Line
Apostrophes Contents
Plural Possessives
Possessives with More than One Owner
Apostrophes with Underlined or Italicized Items
Apostrophes with Verb Contractions
Apostrophes with Other Contractions
The Ellipsis
Brackets (Crotchets)
The Virgule (Slant Bar)
Business Letters
Business Letter Formats
Friendly Letters
Friendly Letter Format
Envelopes
Envelope Format
Folding a Standard Letter
A/An
Absolute Modifiers
Accept/Except
Accuse/Allege
Across/Acrossed/Cross
Adapt/Adopt
Administer/Administrate
Aggravate/Irritate
Ain't
A hold/Ahold
A lot/Allot/Alot
Already/All Ready
Alright/All Right
Alternate(ly)/Alternative(ly)
Altogether/All Together
Always/All Ways
American Grammar vs. British Grammar
Among/Between
Amount/Number
Ante-/Anti-
Anxious/Eager
Anymore
Anyone/Any One
Anyway/Any Way
Anyways
Anywheres
Apart/A part
As/Like
As To
At after Where
A Ways
Awhile/A While
Bad/Badly
Because after Reason
Being As or Being That
Beside/Besides
Between/Among
Blatant/Flagrant
Blond/Blonde

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