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Place the period logically when parentheses are involved. In the first example, the period goes outside because the single sentence ends after the parentheses. In the second example, it goes inside because it belongs to the second sentence. I like apples (and bananas). He likes apples. (I like bananas.)
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The period is a strong punctuation mark—think of it as controlling the action in the sentence, which occurs outside the parentheses. 2. When a whole sentence falls inside parentheses, the period goes inside.
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When using a period in conjunction with parentheses, the period comes after the parentheses are closed if the parenthetical comment itself is part of the larger sentence (as in the first bulleted sentence above, and this one). The period comes inside the parentheses only when the parentheses themselves contain a complete independent sentence.
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Luckily, when it comes to periods and commas, the answer to whether they go inside or outside the quotation mark is much simpler. If you’re using American English, they go inside. That’s always true—whether the quotation appears at the beginning of the sentence, in the middle of the sentence, or at the very end.
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Where Does the Period Go? If an entire sentence or group of sentences appears in parentheses, then put the period inside the closing parenthesis. This is a parenthetical sentence. Thus: Parenthetically Enclosed Sentence Her mind was clouded. (She hadn't thought of him in years.) But she shook it off and continued down the hill.
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Answer (1 of 13): It depends on context, and the sort of parenthetical comment you’re making. Basically, it comes down to whether you’re using parenthesis (like this) inside a sentence, or if you’re using it as an aside between sentences. (Like this.) If it’s between sentences, then treat it lik
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Periods and Parentheses. Sometimes they go inside; sometimes they go outside. When a parenthetical statement falls at the end of a sentence, the placement of the terminal punctuation depends on whether the words inside the parentheses are a complete sentence. If the words inside the parentheses aren't a complete sentence, the period, question
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Periods, let’s accept it, are the hardest and scariest part of a woman’s life! It is said that a regular menstruation cycle cleanses the whole system of a woman and makes her healthy. Given today’s lifestyle and eating habits, nearly fifty percent of Indian women suffer from irregular periods. We are sure, there are plenty of women around who have their periods in every 2-3 months.
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3 hours ago Journalistsresource.org Show details
Parentheses: AP style suggests avoiding parentheses when possible, and instead rewriting text or using dashes or commas to set off the information. If parentheses are required the rules are: If the parenthetical is a complete, independent sentence, place the period inside the parentheses; if not, the period goes outside.
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Do not use a hyphen if the construction includes very or an adverb ending in –ly Parentheses Avoid using parentheses when possible. If parentheses are required the rules are: If the parenthetical is a complete, independent sentence, place the period inside the parentheses; if not, the period goes outside. the students' grades, states' rights
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5 Answer s. A complete sentence goes inside the parentheses, period and all. A parenthetical aside within a sentence puts the period outside. The only trouble is when a complete sentence within parentheses comes at the end of another sentence (This is an example, and the punctuation will look weird.). But those situations seem easy to avoid
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Just to make clear, the "logic" here is that, when the entire sentence is set off as a parenthetical, the period is part of the sentence and goes within the parentheses. On the other hand, if …
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According to the AP Stylebook, the semicolon goes inside when it applies to the quoted matter only and outside when it applies to the whole sentence. Most other stylebooks insist it always goes outside. Common practice these days seems to show it on the inside more than the outside. So take your choice but be consistent. Seasons
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Dealing With Parentheses and Punctuation. Here are my rules for dealing with parentheses: If a parenthetical comment is not a full sentence, treat it as you would a comment between commas. If a parenthetical comment is a full sentence, treat it as such: Capitalize the first word; End it with a stop (period, question mark, or exclamation mark).
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The Dos and Donts of Using a Period. Pay attention! 1. If you write a complete sentence enclosed in parenthesis standing alone (as an extra comment or after thought you want to add after the end of the first sentence), start it with a capital letter and end it with a period. When the new recruit heard that he was accepted to the marines, he was very disappointed.
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Answer (1 of 3): It should be "etc.)." - one for the abbreviation and another for the end of sentence. For more information about proper usage of period after 'etc' you can refer to. Links: 1. How to deal with abbreviations like 'etc.' at the end of parentheses which are closing a sentenc
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1. The final period or comma goes inside the quotation marks, even if it is not a part of the quoted material, unless the quotation is followed by a citation. If a citation in parentheses follows the quotation, the period follows the citation. If a superscript footnote number is used, it follows the period and the quotation marks.
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Where does the period go when using parentheses? If part of the sentence is in parenthesis (it goes on the outside like this). (If the full sentence is in parenthesis it goes on the inside like this.) :) To see more answers head over to College Study Guides. Virtual Teaching Assistant: Heather L. Question Level: Basic Karma: Free . Upload
5 hours ago Answers.com Show details
That really depends on what else is inside and outside the parentheses. If there is just a parenthetical expression in a sentence, then the period goes outside it.
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The entire sentence should be in parentheses, however the portion that is, should contain a period outside of the parentheses.
5 hours ago Grammarly.com Show details
Commas may be placed after the closing parenthesis but not before either the opening or the closing parenthesis. If the sentence would not require any commas if the parentheses were removed, the sentence should not have any commas when the parentheses are present.
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Here are the best foods to turn to when cramps start to get the better of you. 1. Omega-3 Fats. Heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids are found in salmon, mackerel, sardines, flaxseeds, chia seeds, and walnuts. These anti-inflammatory fats can help to relieve typical period discomforts like cramps and back pain when consumed regularly, as well as
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The parenthetical in (1) could have been set off with a comma rather than parentheses. Because the parenthetical is part of a complete sentence, the close parenthesis of the parenthetical precedes the period. The parenthetical of example (2) is a complete sentence. Thus, the entire sentence-parenthetical, including the period of the sentence
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Every month during periods, the lining of the womb is shed along with some blood. The length of menstrual cycle (the time between the start of one period and the start of the next) is usually 28 days; if it exceeds a week then it can be problematic. As then comes the issue of irregular periods.
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You’ll probably use parentheses most often in your research papers because both APA and MLA formatting require in-text citations using parentheses. So right after a quote or any other borrowed information, you should include an in-text citation in parentheses, as illustrated in these examples: APA (Jones, 2011, p.131). MLA (Jones 131).
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If you end a sentence with an abbreviation containing a period, do not put another period at the end of the sentence. However, if a sentence ends in an exclamation mark or a question mark, include both the abbreviation's period and the end mark. His son's name is Jason Miller Jr. (abbreviation period only, no end period)
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She was as ‘busy as a bee,’ as the saying goes. [AmE] New Zealand English (NZE) follows British English (BrE) and it depends on whether the punctuation mark belongs to the main sentence or the quoted material. Punctuation outside: Note that the punctuation belongs to the sentence and is outside the quotation marks.
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As strong punctuation marks, parentheses tend to slow down the experience of reading prose. They also momentarily take the reader outside the main point and grammatical coherence of the sentence. For these reasons, a text that relies heavily on parentheses can feel like a path filled with distractions that shift the reader off course.
4 hours ago Nationalpunctuationday.com Show details
Note that parentheses tend to de-emphasize text whereas dashes tend to make material seem even more important. — Capital Community College Foundation Guide to Grammar and Writing — Place a period outside a closing parenthesis if the material inside is not a sentence (such as this fragment).
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5 I took the first opportunity to get out. 6 My results were awful. Hopeless. 7 I made some great friends – and I still have them. 8 Sometimes it was just great to get away from home. Now complete the EXAM TASK. EXAM TASK T 1 You will hear five different people talking about their schooldays. Choose which of the sentences (a–h) best
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The Radio Times stylebook argues, similarly, that the punctuation goes inside the final quotation mark "only if it actually forms part of the quotation", citing the sentence "Everything in the
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Then I do a check of what dishes can be made with that ingredient number. If the number of dishes is greater than the current maximum, I save off the list. One obvious way is to stop when you run out of time and go for the best solution found so far at that stage. You also have not factored in anything about quantity. For example, flour
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Periods go on the outside of parentheses or brackets when only the end of the sentence in enclosed in parentheses or brackets. Correct Examples: (Our neighbors visited the farm unexpectedly.) James had a wonderful time on his date with Rachel (John’s younger sister). Periods: Only one (1) space after periods.
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A proper diet and dinner as well are crucial during your period like normal days. Foods play a vital role in various actions in your body. Many foods are responsible to increase or decrease several issues during these days. Eating the right foods during our period can do wonders from decreasing bloating to improving our mood and energy.
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Rule 4. Periods and commas ALWAYS go inside quotation marks. Examples: The sign read, “Walk.”. Then it said, “Don't Walk,” then, “Walk,” all within thirty seconds. He yelled, “Hurry up.”. Rule 5a. The placement of question marks with quotation marks follows logic. If a question is within the quoted material, a question mark
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The parentheses indicate that this information is less important and that the structure and meaning of the sentence are not affected. Look at these examples: The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not regulate the sale of dietary supplements. Parentheses may be used like commas to set off explanatory information (see Chapter 31).
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An ellipsis (plural: ellipses) is a punctuation mark consisting of three dots. Use an ellipsis when omitting a word, phrase, line, paragraph, or more from a quoted passage. Ellipses save space or remove material that is less relevant. They are useful in getting right to the point without delay or distraction:
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Periods stay outside of parentheses for parenthetical sentences that consist of an incomplete sentence or list. If parentheses enclose a whole sentence, place the period inside of the closing parenthesis. Do periods go inside or outside of parentheses?
As you might have noticed, parentheses consist of two brackets: The standard rule for parentheses is that they all must open and close. Writing a sentence without an opening and a closing parenthesis is like writing a sentence without a period .