Posted by **Delilah** on Friday, May 31, 2013 at 6:19pm.

1.

Where should you put one or more hyphens in the following sentence?

The cake was freshly baked and was an irresistible temptation for my four year old cousin.

between "freshly" and "baked"

between "irresistible" and "temptation"

between "four" and "year" and "year" and "old"

between "year" and "old" and "old" and "cousin"

2.

What is the correct punctuation mark to use after the word "well" in the following sentence?

The writer uses these elements well figurative language, imaginary, and setting.

comma

hyphen

colon

semicolon

My answers:

1. between "four" and "year" and "year" and "old"

2. colon

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