Lesson 389 – Mechanics – Punctuation – Colons

Use a colon between the title and subtitle of a book. Example: The Wide World: A High School Geography
Instructions: Place colons where needed.
1. Have you examined for possible adoption Warriner’s English Grammar and Composition Complete Course?
2. The Advanced Composition A Book of Models for Writing has been used for many years.
3. I didn’t like Episodes in American History An Inquiry Approach as a history text.
4. Men and Nations A World History covers what we need very well.
5. The American Nation A History of the United States seems too advanced for our grade level.
–For answers scroll down.

Answers:
1. Have you examined for possible adoption Warriner’s English Grammar and Composition: Complete Course?
2. The Advanced Composition: A Book of Models for Writing has been used for many years.
3. I didn’t like Episodes in American History: An Inquiry Approach as a history text.
4. Men and Nations: A World History covers what we need very well.
5. The American Nation: A History of the United States seems too advanced for our grade level.

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