Punctuation exercise

January 29, 2012pdf

 

Punctuate the following sentences

1. He is not really nice looking and yet he has enormous charm

2. When I was a child I could watch TV whenever I wanted to

3. It is a fine idea let us hope that it is going to work

4. Mrs Solomon who was sitting behind the desk gave me a big smile

5. We were believe it or not in love with each other

6. I don’t like this one bit said Julia

7. Have you met our handsome new financial director

8. If you are ever in London come and see you

9. Michael in the Ferrari was cornering superbly

10. Looking straight at her he said I cant help you

Answers

1. He is not really nice-looking, and yet he has enormous charm.

2. When I was a child, I could watch TV whenever I wanted to.

3. It is a fine idea; let us hope that it is going to work.

4. Mrs Solomon, who was sitting behind the desk, gave me a big smile.

5. We were, believe it or not, in love with each other.

6. ‘I don’t like this one bit,’ said Julia.

7. Have you met our handsome new financial director?

8. If you are ever in London, come and see you.

9. Michael, in the Ferrari, was cornering superbly.

10. Looking straight at her, he said, ‘I can’t help you.’

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