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Say What?! Meet the Interrobang.

by • May 27, 2015
How to use the interrobang punctuation mark

Few punctuation marks have as exciting a name as the interrobang. But what does the interrobang do? The interrobang combines the question mark (?) and the exclamation point (!) into a single punctuation mark. It conveys a question asked in an excited way. For example: Are you… MORE →

Colons: Here’s What You Need to Know

by • May 22, 2015
using colons in your writing

Colons highlight the information that comes after them. In many cases, you can quickly bypass the information that comes before a colon and simply focus on what’s written after it. For example: I have one thing to say: I love you. Colons can also be used to… MORE →

Celebrate Mom with Proper Punctuation!

by • May 08, 2015

Happy Mother’s Day! How are you celebrating? Breakfast in bed? A handmade card? For many people, an even bigger question than what to do for Mother’s Day is where to place the apostrophe in Mother’s Day. Some people write “Mothers’ Day,” based on the logic that it… MORE →