Review: I thought I read this question as “what is the most INcorrectly punctuated sentence?”
Review: I didn’t know that a hyphen and dash were different things. I’ve since learnt that hyphenated word allows for a word to have a combined meaning, such as well-being.
Reflection: My first attempt on this quiz resulted in a score of 8/10. I was quite impressed with my score, I feel as if these quizzes are finally sinking in.
English for Journalists; Chapter 6 – Punctuation (Part B)
Review: I wasn’t wearing my glasses and thought this question was asking me to select the correctly punctuation sentence.
Review: This question confused me a little. I wasn’t aware that ‘middle-distance’ was a real thing and therefore didn’t select this as an answer.
Reflection: These quizzes are improving my skills in the areas of grammar and punctuation. I need to slow down and read the questions thoroughly, and also wear my glasses.
CQUniversity 2015, COMM11007 – Blog Activity Quiz Week 6- Punctuation, CQUniversity, Mackay.
Hicks, J 2013, English for Journalists, 20th anniversary ed., Routledge, Oxon