Would someone write an English punctuation hub or recommend some articles for me?
I have had trouble all my life when it comes to writing an article using the proper punctuation.
Go to writersdigest.com, and look into their writer's workshop dealing with grammar. It will also help you with essays and articles.
They are great in my opinion. I took the course several years ago.
Now, they are online, and that is way better for students.
Hope this is very helpful.
Follow this link
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I really like all the punctuation articles by hubber htodd who is a professional editor. A general punctuation one from her which might be the most helpful for you is: http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Perfect-Your-Punctuation
it also contains links to some of her more detailed hubs dealing with each type of punctuation individually, so you'll be able to get exactly what you need.
Try following the link below. It'll take you to a site/free online resource, that has everything you need to know. It 's amazing.
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I see there are some smart answers already, let me add my $0.02 anyway.
I would recommend "Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation" by Lynne Truss. The paperback's available via Amazon from $1.25.
Link: http://www.amazon.com/Eats-Shoots-Leave … 1592400876
Lynne Truss is witty, easy to read, and she certainly knows a thing or two about English grammar.
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