Re: UK punctuation conventions

Subject: Re: UK punctuation conventions
From: iain -at- hairydog -dot- co -dot- uk (Iain Harrison)
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com
Date: Mon, 20 Mar 2000 21:51 +0000 (GMT Standard Time)

> "The ACME frizzlebutser supplied, allows you to connect yout ACME
> digital
> scadwanger to the X-92 explosive modulator using an infrared link."

Well, I'd not put a comma there. However, I'd rewrite the sentence to move
"supplied" more sensible or leave it out altogether.

The simplest move would be to write:

"The ACME frizzlebutser allows you to connect yout ACME..."

or if you insist on "supplied"

"The supplied ACME frizzlebutser allows you to connect yout ACME..."

--

Iain

iain -at- hairydog -dot- co -dot- uk
iainh -at- cix -dot- co -dot- uk




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