Write a short definition of your own to explain each of the following terms:
look up a word, click on the arrow. When the site opens, choose
dictionary (definitions) or thesaurus (synonyms) and write your work in the box.]
To go between two programs on a PC, you can use the following keys on your keyboard:
In the last task, you practiced writing dates. When you write out a date, you place a comma to separate the day from the year. Makes sense! (May 27, 2004). Let's talk about other punctuation.
1. COMMAS: We place a comma (,)following the greeting and the farewell in a personal letter. [In a business or professional letter, the greeting is formal and followed by a colon, as you learned last time]. For example,
2. We place a period (.) when we finish a thought. If you listen to yourself, your voices drops when you finish a thought.
3. We place an exclamation mark (!) when we want to add a little emotion at the end of a thought.
4. Use capital letters to start new sentences.
Fill in missing words, sign your name, and punctuate the following letter. Click where you want to add a comma, a period or an exclamation mark. Use your keyboard.
PRINT THIS PAGE, SIGN IT, AND PLACE IT INTO YOUR PORTFOLIO.
ACTIVITY 3: Open your WORD program and write a short letter to a friend. Print 2 copies of your letter. Send one to your friend and place the other in your portfolio.