I.True/False. Determine if the following sentences employ the correct use of commas and apostrophes. Choose true if the sentence is punctuated correctly or false if it is punctuated incorrectly. The patient’s first visit, to the
Are the following sentences punctuated correctly? Against medical advice, the patient left the hospital. He does not, I believe, require antibiotics. There is no history of nocturia hematuria frequency or urgency.
Are the following sentences punctuated correctly? The patient’s mother, despite multiple attempts, was unable to be reached. His unusual contradictory explanation requires a psychiatric workup. Before we begin surgery he needs
Are the following sentences punctuated correctly? The lung exam showed no rales, rhonchi or wheezes. She has a history of cough, not productive, that keeps her awake at night. The patient is a well-developed, well-nourished, badly
Are these correctly punctuated, spaced and capitalized? The patient--in a fit of anger--thrust his hand through a sliding glass door. The twins were a lot alike; they both ate too much. On May 30, he suffered a stroke, although he
Are these correctly punctuated? This pleasant patient has been seen for therapy from February 2, 2005 to March 2, 2005. This patient comes in today with many, many complaints. This year she'll have a breast augmentation and next
4. People with strong convictions are likely to keep quiet about unfair situations. follow rules without questioning them. stand up for their beliefs. 6. Which of the sentences below uses italics and quotation marks correctly?
If the quotation is punctuated correctly in the following sentences, write C. If it is punctuated incorrectly, write I. 1. When the speaker hears a tapping sound, he says to himself, "Someone must be knocking at the door". A: I 2.