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					  The Writer’s World:
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          Part IV: Editing Handbook
          Chapter 34: The Apostrophe,
          Quotation Marks, and Titles
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 1 Example Add missing apostrophes to the next
selection.



Example:      Starting a business isnt a simple
              process.

              Starting a business isn‟t a simple
              process.
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 1 Add missing apostrophes to the next selection.


1. Back in 1992, Daymond John wasnt happy with his job,
   so he decided to create his own business. He recruited
   his three best friends, and they designed and sold
   hats. Since then, theyve created hockey jerseys,
   baseball caps, shoes, shirts, and pants. They called
   their company Fubu, meaning “For us, by us.”
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 1 Add missing apostrophes to the next selection.


1. Back in 1992, Daymond John wasn't happy with his
   job, so he decided to create his own business. He
   recruited his three best friends, and they designed and
   sold hats. Since then, they've created hockey jerseys,
   baseball caps, shoes, shirts, and pants. They called
   their company Fubu, meaning “For us, by us.”
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 1 Add missing apostrophes to the next selection.


2.       They havent always been successful. In the first
     years, they made some mistakes. For example, John
     mortgaged his house to finance the business. Today,
     he says that he shouldnt have done that. He didnt
     know that he could have asked for a letter of credit
     from a bank.
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 1 Add missing apostrophes to the next selection.


2. They haven't always been successful. In the first
   years, they made some mistakes. For example, John
   mortgaged his house to finance the business. Today,
   he says that he shouldn't have done that. He didn't
   know that he could have asked for a letter of credit
   from a bank.
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 1 Add missing apostrophes to the next selection.


3. Sometimes the Fubu owners couldnt pay their bills.
   They werent familiar with common business practices.
   For example, when they sent orders to stores, theyd
   get paid four months later. They didnt realize that most
   businesses operate that way. During the first year of
   business, Daymond John almost lost his house.
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 1 Add missing apostrophes to the next selection.


3. Sometimes the Fubu owners couldn't pay their bills.
   They weren't familiar with common business practices.
   For example, when they sent orders to stores, they'd
   get paid four months later. They didn't realize that most
   businesses operate that way. During the first year of
   business, Daymond John almost lost his house.
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 2 Example Write out underlined contraction.


Example:      They weren‟t ready to start a
              business.

              were not
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 2 Write out underlined contraction.


1. Carol Simon‟s very happy with her bridal gown
   company.
1. Simon is
2. She‟s been an entrepreneur for seven years.
2. She has
3. She‟s an extremely friendly, ambitious woman.
3. She is
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 2 Write out underlined contraction.


4.   I wish I‟d had the same idea as Carol.
4.   I had
5.   I‟d like to have my own company, too.
5.   I would
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 3 Example Write the singular and plural possessive
form.



Example:      Mr. Cohen

Singular Possessive          Plural Possessive
Mr. Cohen‟s                  the Cohens‟
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 3 Write the singular and plural possessive form.

client:
Singular Possessive     Plural Possessive
client‟s                clients‟

boss:
Singular Possessive     Plural Possessive
boss‟s                  bosses‟

secretary:
Singular Possessive     Plural Possessive
secretary‟s              secretaries‟
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 3 Write the singular and plural possessive form.

Mr. Ness
Singular Possessive              Plural Possessive
Mr. Ness‟s                       the Nesses‟

woman
Singular Possessive              Plural Possessive
woman‟s                          women‟s

sales person‟s
Singular Possessive              Plural Possessive
sales person‟s                   salespeople‟s
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 4 Example Write the possessive forms of the following
phrases.



Example:       the sister of the doctor:

               the doctor‟s sister
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 4 Write the possessive forms of the following phrases.


1. the locker of the employee
1. the employee‟s locker

2. the supplies of the employee
2. the employee‟s supplies

3. the profits of the company
3. the company‟s profits
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 4 Write the possessive forms of the following phrases.


4. the directors of the companies
4. the companies‟ directors

5. the house of Jan and Ted
5. Jan and Ted‟s house

6. the car of Omar and the car of Roy
6. Omar‟s and Roy‟s cars
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 5 Example Correct errors with apostrophes and
possessive pronoun errors.



Example:         If you arent willing to work hard, do‟nt
                 start your own business.

                 If you aren't willing to work hard, don't
                 start your own business.
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 5 Correct errors with apostrophes and possessive pronoun
errors.



1.        If your thinking of starting a business, you should plan
     carefully. Spend a few year‟s learning about the business
     before you invest your life savings. In an interview with
     Smart Money magazine, Daymond John said that he
     would‟nt have started his Fubu clothing business so soon
     if hed known how complicated it was. He think‟s that he
     should have interned at other fashion companies to learn
     the business. According to John, “When I started Fubu in
     1992, I just thought about the designs. But if you do‟nt
     understand distribution, shipping, financing, and product
     timing, you can have the greatest designs in the world and
     still end up losing.”
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 5 Correct errors with apostrophes and possessive pronoun
errors.



1.        If you‟re thinking of starting a business, you should plan
     carefully. Spend a few years learning about the business
     before you invest your life savings. In an interview with
     Smart Money magazine, Daymond John said that he
     wouldn't have started his Fubu clothing business so soon if
     he‟d known how complicated it was. He thinks that he
     should have interned at other fashion companies to learn
     the business. According to John, “When I started Fubu in
     1992, I just thought about the designs. But if you don't
     understand distribution, shipping, financing, and product
     timing, you can have the greatest designs in the world and
     still end up losing.”
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 5 Correct errors with apostrophes and possessive pronoun
errors.



2.       John say‟s that he made a lot of mistakes in the
     1990‟s. He and his partner‟s werent aware of
     common business practices. They didnt know that
     they could get salespeople whod work on
     commission. He advises, “Know how everything
     works, from the mailroom to the advertising
     department. If you cant operate every part of your
     company, then youre dependent on other people.
     You never know if they are doing their jobs to the
     fullest or just wasting your money. And if they decide
     to leave, youll have to teach their replacements, or
     maybe do the jobs yourself.”
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 5 Correct errors with apostrophes and possessive pronoun
errors.



2.       John says that he made a lot of mistakes in the
     1990‟s. He and his partners weren't aware of
     common business practices. They didn't know that
     they could get salespeople who'd work on
     commission. He advises, “Know how everything
     works, from the mailroom to the advertising
     department. If you can‟t operate every part of your
     company, then you're dependent on other people.
     You never know if they are doing their jobs to the
     fullest or just wasting your money. And if they decide
     to leave, you'll have to teach their replacements, or
     maybe do the jobs yourself.”
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 6 Example Add quotation marks and commas or colons
to the underlined quotations. Capitalize first word of quote if necessary.



Example:          Comedian Bob Hope made fun of
                  financial institutions a bank is a place
                  that will lend you money if you can
                  prove that you don‟t need it.

                  Comedian Bob Hope made fun of
                  financial institutions: “A bank is a
                  place that will lend you money if
                  you can prove that you don‟t need it.”
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 6 Add quotation marks and commas or colons to the
underlined quotations. Capitalize first word of quote if necessary.



1. According to novelist Lisa Alther any mother could
   perform the jobs of several air traffic controllers with
   ease.
1. According to novelist Lisa Alther, “Any mother could
   perform the jobs of several air traffic controllers with
   ease.”
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 6 Add quotation marks and commas or colons to the
underlined quotations. Capitalize first word of quote if necessary.



2. U.S. educator Laurence J. Peter believes that
   everyone is useful a miser, for example, makes a
   wonderful ancestor.
2. U.S. educator Laurence J. Peter believes that
   everyone is useful: “A miser, for example, makes a
   wonderful ancestor.”
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 6 Add quotation marks and commas or colons to the
underlined quotations. Capitalize first word of quote if necessary.



3. Fred Delaney proclaimed a celebrity is a person who
   works hard all his life to become well known, and then
   wears dark glasses to avoid being recognized.
3. Fred Delaney proclaimed, “A celebrity is a person
   who works hard all his life to become well known, and
   then wears dark glasses to avoid being recognized.”
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 6 Add quotation marks and commas or colons to the
underlined quotations. Capitalize first word of quote if necessary.



4. In the future, a wall could become a computer screen
   according to journalist Kate McNamara.
4. “In the future, a wall could become a computer
   screen,” according to journalist Kate McNamara.
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 6 Add quotation marks and commas or colons to the
underlined quotations. Capitalize first word of quote if necessary.



5. Comedian Mel Brooks believes that humor provides
   people with a defense against the universe.

5. Comedian Mel Brooks believes that humor provides
   people with a “defense against the universe.”
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 6 Add quotation marks and commas or colons to the
underlined quotations. Capitalize first word of quote if necessary.



6. Mohammad Ali describes his profession as a boxer
   grass grows, birds fly, waves pound the sand, and I
   beat people up.
6. Mohammad Ali describes his profession as a boxer:
   “grass grows, birds fly, waves pound the sand, and I
   beat people up.”
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 6 Add quotation marks and commas or colons to the
underlined quotations. Capitalize first word of quote if necessary.



7. Success only breeds a new goal observed actress
   Bette Davis.
7. “Success only breeds a new goal,” observed actress
   Bette Davis.
8. Hard work never killed anybody declared comedian
   Edgar Bergen but why take a chance?
8. “Hard work never killed anybody,” declared comedian
   Edgar Bergen, “but why take a chance?”
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 6 Add quotation marks and commas or colons to the
underlined quotations. Capitalize first word of quote if necessary.



9. My mother once said remember the words of
   humorist Erma Bombeck do not confuse fame with
   success.
9. My mother once said, “Remember the words of
   humorist Erma Bombeck, „Do not confuse fame with
   success.‟ ”
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 6 Add quotation marks and commas or colons to the
underlined quotations. Capitalize first word of quote if necessary.



10. Executive Robert Townsend proclaimed a leader
    needs to have a compass in his head and a bar of
    steel in his heart.
10. Executive Robert Townsend proclaimed, “A leader
    needs to have a compass in his head and a bar of
    steel in his heart.”
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 6 Add quotation marks and commas or colons to the
underlined quotations. Capitalize first word of quote if necessary.



11. Author Stephen Beach says that Americans are
    socialized into a strong work ethic.
11. Author Stephen Beach says that Americans are
    “socialized into a strong work ethic.”
12. Actress Mae West expressed her views to err is
    human, but it feels divine.
12. Actress Mae West expressed her views: “To err is
    human, but it feels divine.”
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 7 A. Example Add missing capital letters to the titles.


Example:       The magazine business week
               featured successful female
               entrepreneurs.

               The magazine Business Week
               featured successful female
               entrepreneurs.
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 7 A. Add missing capital letters to the titles.


1.       In recent years, some ambitious, multitalented
     women have become incredibly successful in
     different fields. Madonna, for example, has released
     about ten CDs, including one called american life. Her
     popular songs include “hollywood” and “like a prayer.”
     She has written children‟s books, including one called
     the english roses. She has also appeared in many
     movies, including desperately seeking susan and
     swept away. Critics have not always been kind to the
     Michigan native. In his article “no madonna is an
     island,” new york times film critic A. O. Scott called
     Madonna a poor actress.
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 7 A. Add missing capital letters to the titles.


1.       In recent years, some ambitious, multitalented
     women have become incredibly successful in
     different fields. Madonna, for example, has released
     about ten CDs, including one called American Life.
     Her popular songs include “Hollywood” and “Like a
     Prayer.” She has written children‟s books, including
     one called The English Roses. She has also
     appeared in many movies, including Desperately
     Seeking Susan and Swept Away. Critics have not
     always been kind to the Michigan native. In his article
     “No Madonna Is an Island,” New York Times film critic
     A. O. Scott called Madonna a poor actress.
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 7 B. Example Underline or add quotation marks to the
titles in the next paragraph.



Example:           In 1999, Hans Beiderman released
                   his book Cultural Icons and the
                   Meanings Behind Them.

                   In 1999, Hans Beiderman released
                   his book Cultural Icons and the
                   Meanings Behind Them.
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 7 B. Underline or add quotation marks to the titles in the next
paragraph.



2.       Jennifer Lopez, a successful actress, crossed over
     into the music and fashion industries. Lopez, of Puerto
     Rican decent, grew up in the Bronx. Her first success
     was on the television series In Living Color. She went
     on to act in films, including Out of Sight and Shall We
     Dance. Lopez also decided to become a pop singer. In
     2001, her album This Is Me, Then debuted at number 1.
     In 2003, the song Jenny from the Block played on radio
     stations across the United States. Lopez has generally
     had much better movie reviews than Madonna,
     although Rene Rodriguez, a Miami Herald film critic,
     criticized a Jennifer Lopez film in a 2003 review titled
     “Disastrous Gigli.”
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 7 B. Underline or add quotation marks to the titles in the next
paragraph.



2.       Jennifer Lopez, a successful actress, crossed over
     into the music and fashion industries. Lopez, of Puerto
     Rican decent, grew up in the Bronx. Her first success
     was on the television series In Living Color. She went
     on to act in films, including Out of Sight and Shall We
     Dance. Lopez also decided to become a pop singer. In
     2001, her album This Is Me, Then debuted at number 1.
     In 2003, the song “Jenny from the Block” played on
     radio stations across the United States. Lopez has
     generally had much better movie reviews than
     Madonna, although Rene Rodriguez, a Miami Herald
     film critic, criticized a Jennifer Lopez film in a 2003
     review titled “Disastrous Gigli.”
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 8 Example                 Correct errors with quotation marks, titles,
apostrophes, or capital letters.



Example:           Paul Salopek, in an article titled “Children
                   seeking royalties,” denounced the treatment
                   of a South African composer.

                   Paul Salopek, in an article titled “Children
                   Seeking Royalties,” denounced the
                   treatment of a South African composer.
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 8 Correct errors with quotation marks, titles, apostrophes, or
capital letters.



1.        Every time a song is placed on a CD or album, the
      writer receives a royalty. Lee Ann Arbringer, in an
      article called “How royalties work,” says, “currently,
      the statutory rate is eight cents for each song.” To
      combat illegal file sharing on the Internet, some legal
      music site‟s have opened up, but not all artists are
      happy about it. “I earn almost nothing from the legal
      file-sharing sites because the users just rent songs”,
      says Jimmy Dee, a guitarist. Roz Hillman, an
      accountant, agrees, noting that the artist gets “Next to
      nothing.”
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 8 Correct errors with quotation marks, titles, apostrophes, or
capital letters.



1.        Every time a song is placed on a CD or album, the
      writer receives a royalty. Lee Ann Arbringer, in an
      article called “How Royalties Work,” says, “Currently,
      the statutory rate is eight cents for each song.” To
      combat illegal file sharing on the Internet, some legal
      music sites have opened up, but not all artists are
      happy about it. “I earn almost nothing from the legal
      file-sharing sites because the users just rent songs,”
      says Jimmy Dee, a guitarist. Roz Hillman, an
      accountant, agrees, noting that the artist gets “next to
      nothing.”
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 8 Correct errors with quotation marks, titles, apostrophes, or
capital letters.



2.        Some artists have lost the rights to their own compositions.
      One of the greatest songs in the last century was written by a
      nearly unknown South African singer, Solomon Linda. Paul
      Salopek, of the Chicago tribune, wrote about him. In 1939, Linda
      wrote a song called “Mbube” and sold the rights to Gallo
      Records for a mere ten shillings, which is less than $2. Since
      then, Linda song has been rerecorded almost two hundred
      times, most famously in the 1961 version “The Lion sleeps
      tonight.” The song is on the soundtrack of fifteen movies,
      including Disney‟s The Lion King. He died a pauper, and his
      family never shared in what would have been millions of dollars
      in royalties. “We are sad because he died without praise.” said
      his daughter, Elizabeth.
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice 8 Correct errors with quotation marks, titles, apostrophes, or
capital letters.



2.        Some artists have lost the rights to their own compositions.
      One of the greatest songs in the last century was written by a
      nearly unknown South African singer, Solomon Linda. Paul
      Salopek, of the Chicago Tribune, wrote about him. In 1939,
      Linda wrote a song called “Mbube” and sold the rights to Gallo
      Records for a mere ten shillings, which is less than $2. Since
      then, Linda‟s song has been rerecorded almost two hundred
      times, most famously in the 1961 version “The Lion Sleeps
      Tonight.” The song is on the soundtrack of fifteen movies,
      including Disney‟s The Lion King. He died a pauper, and his
      family never shared in what would have been millions of dollars
      in royalties. “We are sad because he died without praise, ” said
      his daughter, Elizabeth.
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice Final Review Example Correct errors with
quotation marks, titles, apostrophes, or capital letters.



Example:           Musician Steve Miller complains “My
                   royalties have dropped 80 percent
                   since 1999.”

                   Musician Steve Miller complains, “My
                   royalties have dropped 80 percent
                   since 1999.”
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice Final Review Correct errors with quotation marks, titles,
apostrophes, or capital letters.



1.    In recent year‟s, some recording artists and music
     companies have complained about the proliferation of
     music-sharing sites on the Internet. According to a
     reporter for Fox News “An estimated 60 million
     people participate in file-sharing networks”. Opinions
     about file sharing differ greatly.
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice Final Review Correct errors with quotation marks, titles,
apostrophes, or capital letters.



1.      In recent years, some recording artists and music
     companies have complained about the proliferation of
     music-sharing sites on the Internet. According to a
     reporter for Fox News, “An estimated 60 million
     people participate in file-sharing networks.” Opinions
     about file sharing differ greatly.
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice Final Review Correct errors with quotation marks, titles,
apostrophes, or capital letters.



2.       File sharing among college students is common.
     Roz Mingue of Austin Community College says that
     everybody she knows downloads free music. Roz‟
     friend, Melissa Peng, agrees: “What is the big deal?
     They can‟t stop us.” Some students think the record
     companies are simply too greedy. “Music companies
     say, “Don‟t do that,‟ but they still make a lot of money,
     so they should stop complaining,” argues Peng.
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice Final Review Correct errors with quotation marks, titles,
apostrophes, or capital letters.



2.       File sharing among college students is common.
     Roz Mingue of Austin Community College says that
     everybody she knows downloads free music. Roz‟s
     friend, Melissa Peng, agrees: “What is the big deal?
     They can‟t stop us.” Some students think the record
     companies are simply too greedy. “Music companies
     say, „Don‟t do that,‟ but they still make a lot of money,
     so they should stop complaining,” argues Peng.
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice Final Review Correct errors with quotation marks, titles,
apostrophes, or capital letters.



3.      Recording companies have decided to fight back.
     Cary Sherman, president of the Recording Industry
     Association of America (RIAA), compares file
     swappers to shoplifters. In a press conference,
     Sherman said, “there comes a time when you have to
     stand up and take appropriate action”. In the 1990s,
     Napster was successfully sued and shut down. The
     recording industrys latest tactic is to take individual
     music file sharers to court.
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice Final Review Correct errors with quotation marks, titles,
apostrophes, or capital letters.



3.      Recording companies have decided to fight back.
     Cary Sherman, president of the Recording Industry
     Association of America (RIAA), compares file
     swappers to shoplifters. In a press conference,
     Sherman said, “There comes a time when you have
     to stand up and take appropriate action.” In the
     1990s, Napster was successfully sued and shut
     down. The recording industry‟s latest tactic is to take
     individual music file sharers to court.
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice Final Review Correct errors with quotation marks, titles,
apostrophes, or capital letters.



4.      The online magazine Wired News reports that
     hundreds of downloaders have been sued. Journalist
     Katie Dean writes “The defendants include a working
     mom, a college football player, and a 71-year-old
     grandpa.” Joel Selvin and Neva Chonin are reporters
     for the San Francisco chronicle. Their article “Artists
     Blast Record companies” contains quotations from
     artists who are unhappy with the lawsuits.
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice Final Review Correct errors with quotation marks, titles,
apostrophes, or capital letters.



4.      The online magazine Wired News reports that
     hundreds of downloaders have been sued. Journalist
     Katie Dean writes, “The defendants include a
     working mom, a college football player, and a 71-
     year-old grandpa.” Joel Selvin and Neva Chonin are
     reporters for the San Francisco Chronicle. Their
     article “Artists Blast Record Companies” contains
     quotations from artists who are unhappy with the
     lawsuits.
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice Final Review Correct errors with quotation marks, titles,
apostrophes, or capital letters.



5.      A prominent rocker points out that artists earn
     more from touring than from CD sales. “Bruce
     Springsteen probably earned more in ten nights at
     Meadowlands last month than in his entire recording
     career.” said rocker Huey Lewis. Certainly music file
     sharing will not stop anytime soon. David Draiman of
     the rock band The Disturbed think‟s that artists should
     stop fighting because they cant win.
Chapter 34: The Apostrophe, Quotation
            Marks, and Titles
Practice Final Review Correct errors with quotation marks, titles,
apostrophes, or capital letters.



5.      A prominent rocker points out that artists earn
     more from touring than from CD sales. “Bruce
     Springsteen probably earned more in ten nights at
     Meadowlands last month than in his entire recording
     career,” said rocker Huey Lewis. Certainly music file
     sharing will not stop anytime soon. David Draiman of
     the rock band The Disturbed thinks that artists should
     stop fighting because they can‟t win.

				
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