PUNCTUATE MY SENTENCE PLEASE.

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LOOK OUT SHOUTED CRAIG.

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LOOK OUT SHOUTED CRAIG.
asked Jan 16 '13 at 23:14 nay New member

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link comment answered Aug 25 '16 at 10:52 Ashish s gholse New member
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"Look out," shouted Craig.

The sentence is not saying that "the look out" is shouting, "Craig," craig is telling someone to "look out!" Unless of course you say other wise. It depends on the sentence phrasing. Are you saying that there is a look out calling Craig's name, or is Craig trying to tell someone to look out; other wise it would be-- (The) look out shouted, "Craig!" However, since there is not (the) before look out, it is assfumed that, "look out," are the words of Craig.

link comment answered Feb 25 at 17:17 Lannabear New member
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Look out, shouted Craig.

link comment answered Mar 24 at 14:48 Debra Vance New member
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Look out shouted, "Craig!"

 

I guess the look out spotted him approaching the camp.

 

Without proper context for your unpunctuated sentence this is a potentially correct answer, though Tolley gave the correct punctuation for what most would assume you meant.

link answered Jan 17 '13 at 16:55 Tony Proano Expert

Would you not need "the" before "lookout"?

TolleyJan 17 '13 at 17:14

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