PUNCTUATION & SPACING WORKSHEET 1. Read and study the rule for each punctuation mark. 2. With a pen or pencil, write the correct number of spaces you would key BEFORE and AFTER each punctuation mark on a separate piece of paper. Punctuation Mark Spaces Before Spaces After Comma Semi-colon Hyphen Dash Colon Period Dollar Sign Numbers 3. Open a new document in Word® and key each line inserting the punctuation mark needed with the correct number of spaces. Right justify your name—return once—right justify the hour. Use a readable font and size and appropriate spacing throughout the document. Punctuation Key these sentences inserting the correct punctuation mark Mark and spacing Comma Brandy is a sweet gentle dog. Please bring the book paper and folders. Semi-Colon She is going to the bank I am going to drive her. The new officers of the club are Samantha Adams president Antonio Romano secretary and Patrick Smith treasurer. Hyphen Many companies provide on the job training. Her brother in law is also the president. Dash Please walk do not run inside the building. Colon We order the following items three dozen pencils, four dozen pens, and two dozen folders. Period Today is Monday I am going to work I will be home soon Dollar Sign The new dress costs 130.50 My sister bought a computer for 1200. Numbers Sally included [seven or 7] in her plans for the theatre. The football team has [thirty or 30] senior players this year.
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