You mean, that doe’snt go…: go here;?

Not everyone is a whiz at punctuation and grammar. Thankfully there is Blue Book which offers rules and examples of what types of punctuation goes where. There are even free online quizzes to test your knowledge.

Rule 1. To avoid confusion, use commas to separate words and word groups with a series of three or more. Example: My $10 million estate is to be split among my husband, daughter, son, and nephew. Omitting the comma after son would indicate that the son and nephew would have to split one-third of the estate.”

Use this site to improve your punctuation and grammar or to double-check something for an essay or assignment.

-Frangelica

Blue Book: of Grammar and Punctuation

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