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Using several exclamation points in a single passage or more than one exclamation point to end a single sentence: (Points : 2) is inappropriate in most formal writing situations and should be avoided. is appropriate in formal writing situations where the writer wishes to create a sense of enthusiasm. is a proven means of building credibility with your reader as a thinker with a positive voice and perspective. is never appropriate in peer email or other informal ...
Weegy: The answer is it is appropriate in formal writing situations where the writer wishes to create a sense of enthusiasm. User: Question marks: (Points : 2) may never properly be used more than once in any given sentence. may never properly be used parenthetically to suggest doubt or uncertainty about a date, number, or word. are always appropriate to use in signaling the conclusion of a direct question. All these answers are correct. Weegy: All these answers are correct User: Consider the following sentence: "Mr. Donner-did you know he was a WWII veteran?-was invited to serve as a judo instructor at the YMCA." In this sentence, (Points : 2) the question mark following veteran is inappropriate and grammatically incorrect and must be deleted. YMCA should be punctuated with a period following each of the four letters of the abbreviation. the period in the abbreviation Mr. is an appropriate use of punctuation. All these answers are correct. Weegy: 2 YMCA should be punctuated with a period following each of the four letters of the abbreviation. User: If you need to alter a quotation to fit the syntax, tense, or sense of your sentence or passage, (Points : 2) use brackets to enclose individual letters or words changed in such terms as capitalization or tense shift. use ellipses at the beginning and end of the quotation if you do not include all of the original material. indicate any changes that you make by using italics to set them off from the rest of the text. you must rewrite your sentence, as it is never appropriate or permissible to change quoted or borrowed material. Weegy: The answer is c. indicate any changes that you make by using italics to set them off from the rest of the text. (More)
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