Full Stop/Period (.)

Full Stop/Period (.)

Full Stop/Period (.)

Full Stop/Period (.)

A full cease is a punctuation mark positioned on the finish of a sentence to point the tip of the sentence, which is usually a assertion, request or command. A full cease is just not used on

the finish of a phrase or subordinate clause.as they aren’t full sentences. Doing so will create a sentence fragment. A full-cease can be used after most abbreviations and is positioned inside a citation mark on the finish of the quoted sentence.

 No full-cease at finish of phrase or subordinate clause.

Examples
  • Incorrect: I might hear the pot effervescent. On the range..
  • (On the range is a prepositional phrase. There ought to be no full-cease after a phrase.)
  • Right: I might hear the pot effervescent on the range.
  • Incorrect: After I noticed her yesterday. She was carrying a flowery hat.
  • (After I noticed her yesterday is a subordinate clause. A full-cease shouldn’t be used to finish it.)
  • Appropriate: Once I noticed her yesterday, she was sporting a flowery hat.

Full-stops and abbreviations

Examples
  • The total-cease is used after most abbreviations.
  • Jr., Mr., Mrs., Ms., Dr., Rev., Sr., Wed., Oct.
  • Particular person letters in an acronym don’t require full-stops. The development right this moment is in the direction of writing abbreviations with out a full-cease.
  • IOU, FBI, NATO, UN, US, UK
  • Just one full-cease is used if a sentence ends with an abbreviation..
  • Her largest ambition is to efficiently full her M.A.
  • Most brief variations of particular expressions finish in a full-cease.
  • A.M. / a.m., P.M. / p.m., p.a., e.g.
  • The complete-cease is used to point out the shortened type of a phrase.
  • Opp., mo. (Written abbreviations of reverse, month)

 A full cease is at all times positioned inside citation marks, whether or not or not it’s a part of the citation.

Examples
  • No: John stated, “That runaway horse shouldn’t be mine”.
  • Sure: John stated, “That runaway horse shouldn’t be mine.”