About This Course
Writing is held together by punctuation: semicolons, colons, commas, periods, apostrophes and more.
But few writers have mastered these small but vital marks and points. Indeed, writers are more focused on grammar and style, forgetting the glue between the words.
Without punctuation, your writing becomes confusing and even misleading.
A poor grasp of punctuation shows a lack of attention to detail, whether you’re writing a cover letter for a job, a book manuscript for a publishing house, or a research paper for school.
Do you really know where to put a semicolon? Are you certain that your commas are in the right places?
Show editors, teachers, and employers that you are a punctuation master with this new course on English punctuation.
This course takes you through all of the major punctuation marks and points, including my Top 6 punctuation errors, a list I’ve developed from reading thousands of writing assignments from university students. These errors spring eternal in students’ writing.
Do you really know the difference between its and it’s and you’re and your?
The course lessons begin with the most common but misunderstood punctuation mark: the comma. Then the course moves through other commonly misapplied punctuation, including dashes, apostrophes, and colons.