Snoots, rejoice! This handy infographic from Curtis Newbold (view here to enlarge) reduces the rules of proper punctuation to a series of color-coded blurbs. Even the most hard-boiled grammar delinquent is sure to get the message.

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9 Responses

  1. emma

    Why is the apostrophe not an apostrophe? It’s the open single quotes mark.

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  2. Serge

    The Visual Communication Guy? To place inverted text on a light yellow background? Really?

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  3. Sara Ferguson

    Is there a high res version of this? I would love to post it in my Grade 7 classroom. SO useful and easy to follow.

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