put in the missing commas and colons in the right places.

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1.I never go to bed until 10 00 PM.

2.I have three hobbies I collect coins, I read, and I knit.

3. Glen doesn't have any friends he's always mean to them.

4.You will need the stationaries for school pencils, erasers and markers.

5.There are three rules in my class raise your hand, don't speak out,and stay on task.

6.I'm feeling really sick today I have a headache and I have nausea.

7.I wish I had a pet I have always liked animals.

8.I have been really happy today I just found out my sister topped the exam.

9.The friends I play with are as follows Jill, Jack, Tom and Eden.

10.There are four parts to a plant roots, stem, leaves and flowers.

asked Jun 30 '12 at 17:36 vinod kumar New member

I would appreciate if you could ask your questions in the request form. Mind you, they are not at our disposal. I hope you understand.

sanjayJul 01 '12 at 08:53

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This looks like a homework assignment. You will never learn if you have others do your work for you. Where do you think the commas go?

link comment answered Jun 30 '12 at 20:48 Jeff Pribyl Grammarly Fellow
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1.I never go to bed until 10 00 PM.
2.I have three hobbies. I collect coins, read, and  knit. 

I would like to rephrase this sentence. My hobbies are collecting coins, reading newspapers and knitting.

3. Glen doesn't have any friends. He's always mean to them.

 

I would like to rephrase this sentence too.  Glen has no friends.  He is always mean to them.

4.You will need  stationaries for school: Pencils, erasers, and markers.

5.There are three rules in my class.  Raise your hand, don't speak out, and stay on task.

6.I'm feeling really sick today. I have a headache, and I have nausea.

7.I wish I had a pet. I have always liked animals.

8.I have been really happy today.  I just found out my sister topped the exam.

9.The friends I play with are as follows:  Jill, Jack, Tom, and Eden.

10.There are four parts to a plant:  roots, stem, leaves, and flowers.

link edited Jul 01 '12 at 08:57 sanjay Expert

speak out has different meanings. They are as follows:
1. To talk freely and fearlessly, as about a public issue.
2. to state one's beliefs, objections, etc., bravely and firmly
3. to speak more loudly and clearly

In your sentence 5, I think butt in/interrupt would fit in.

sanjayJul 01 '12 at 08:45

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