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Guide to Punctuation by Larry Trask, University of Sussex

The punctuation described here is the style which is currently the norm in Britain and the Commonwealth. Standard American usage differs in a few respects; in these cases, American usage is also described, but examples of specifically American punctuation are always marked as follows: (A). If you are writing expressly for an American audience, you should follow the American norms.

Common Errors in English by Paul Brians, Professor English, Washington State University.

The good professor lists deviations from the standard use of English.

Look for the Go To List Of Errors, link on this introduction page.

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From Camy

Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation. by Lynne Truss.

Colin recommended this. It's both a good read, and funny as well.


Camy's Gaff

"There are two means of refuge from the miseries of life

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