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Continuing Education Apostrophes
Which sentence is punctuated correctly?
  1. It's Amy's car, so let her decide where we're going.
  2. Its Amy's car, so let her decide where were going.
  3. It's Amys car, so let her decide where we're going.
Continuing Education Commas
Which sentence below uses a comma correctly?
  1. After European nursing schools opened, Americans opened similar schools.
  2. After, European nursing schools opened Americans opened similar schools.
  3. After European, nursing schools opened Americans opened similar schools.
  4. After European nursing schools opened Americans opened. similar schools.
Continuing Education Capitalization
Identify the sentence with correct capitalization.
  1. Brenda wants to move to 1212 Rock star Lane, Great plains, Michigan.
  2. Brenda wants to move to 1212 Rock Star Lane, Great Plains, Michigan.
  3. Brenda wants to move to 1212 Rock Star lane, Great Plains, Michigan.
  4. Brenda wants to move to 1212 rock star lane, Great Plains, Michigan.
Continuing Education Capitalization and Punctuation
Continuing Education Capitalization and Punctuation
Which sentence is correct?
  1. Jesse has three dogs named Astro, Boozer and Fifi
  2. Jesse has three dogs named Astro, Boozer, and Fifi.
  3. Jesse has three dogs named astro, boozer, and fifi.
  4. Jesse has three dogs name Astro Boozer and Fifi.
Continuing Education Capitalization and Punctuation
Choose the correctly punctuated sentence.
  1. Camaron wants the dog's bowl to sit in the corner; however, the dog prefers it to be near the door.
  2. Camaron wants the dogs' dish to sit in the corner, however the dog prefers it to be near the door.
  3. Camaron wants the dog's dish sit in the corner; however the dog prefers it to be near the door.
  4. Camaron wants the dogs' dish to sit in the corner, however, the dog prefers it to be near the door.
Continuing Education Capitalization
Identify the sentence that uses capitalization correctly.
  1. Stephanie's sister, sarahi, will go with her to Atlanta, Georgia.
  2. Stephanie's sister, Sarahi, will go with her to atlanta, Georgia.
  3. Stephanie's Sister, Sarahi, will go with her to Atlanta, Georgia.
  4. Stephanie's sister, Sarahi, will go with her to Atlanta, Georgia.
Continuing Education Capitalization
Identify the sentence that uses capitalization correctly.
  1. On friday, it was my Birthday, so we went to Avila's El Ranchita to celebrate.
  2. On Friday, it was my birthday, so we went to Avila's El Ranchito to celebrate.
  3. On Friday, it was my birthday, so we wen to avila's el ranchito to celebrate.
  4. On Friday, it was my Birthday, so we went to Avila's El ranchito to celebrate.
Continuing Education Capitalization and Punctuation
Continuing Education Capitalization and Punctuation
Which of the following sentences is punctuated correctly?
  1. The breakfast burritos from L.A. Cafe can be very hot, and spicy.
  2. The breakfast burritos from LA Cafe can be very hot and spicy?
  3. The breakfast burritos from L.A. Cafe can be very hot and spicy.
  4. The breakfast burritos from L.A. Cafe can be very hot and spicy
Continuing Education Quotation Marks
Which of the following sentences is punctuated correctly?
  1. Destiny asked, have you heard 'Single Ladies'?
  2. Destiny asked, "Have you heard 'Single Ladies'?"
  3. Destiny asked "Have you heard "Single Ladies""?
  4. Destiny asked, "Have you heard Single Ladies?"
Continuing Education Capitalization
Identify the sentence that uses capitalization correctly.
  1. Kenia and cassandra visited room 101.
  2. Kenia and Cassandra visited Room 101.
  3. Kenia and Cassandra visited room 101.
  4. kenia and Cassandra visited Room 101.
Continuing Education Capitalization
Identify the sentence that uses capitalization correctly.
  1. Veronica went to New York City, New York to speak to senator Clinton.
  2. veronica went to New York city, New York to speak to senator Clinton.
  3. Veronica went to New York City, new York to speak to Senator Clinton.
  4. Veronica went to New York City, New York to speak to Senator Clinton.
Continuing Education Capitalization and Punctuation
Which sentence is correct?
  1. Shes my English teacher.
  2. She's my English teacher.
  3. She's my English, teacher.
  4. She's my english teacher.
Continuing Education Capitalization and Punctuation
Which sentence is correct?
  1. Why didn't you come to the party last night?
  2. Why didnt you come to the party last night?
  3. Why didn't you come to the party last night.
  4. Why didn't you come to the party last night!
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