Reason to celebrate: September 24, 2020 is National Punctuation Day.
The value of proper punctuation kinds the center of an ongoing discussion, where the requirement of clear and precise communication is held up versus the demand for an evolution language. Punctuation Day argues that the correct usage of apostrophes, semicolons and various other punctuation is important if you're to obtain your (as opposed to, claim, you're) message throughout. If you have actually spotted any sort of examples of bad punctuation, take Punctuation Day as an opportunity to share them with your good friends to promote awareness.
Celebrate National Punctuation Day by Testing Your Knowledge
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Today is National Punctuation Day (!!!)
And when commas divided sentences? Or when questions ended with actual question marks? Today is National Punctuation Day. It's a day to pay homage to the commas, periods, and apostrophes in our lives — the casualties of our 140-character world.
“Happy National Punctuation Day!” ;)
24, like the previous 10, is National Punctuation Day. 'Tis a time for merrily gargling our hyphens and luxuriating in bathtubs full of em dashes, for braiding parentheses in our hair and giving our suitors octothorpes as love tokens after we dance on ...
It's National Punctuation Day
I noticed that alternate-side parking was not suspended for National Punctuation Day, although street signs and updates from the Department of Transportation feature the faithful ampersand (Tues & Fri) and the treacherous hyphen (11:30-1). How best to ...