LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||02/OUT/2015 12:49 PM|
|Assunto:||Leitura de email|
The hyphen is the shorter mark that is often used to link two or more words together. It can sometimes be seen at the end of a line to break up a whole word that won’t fit into the space. For example:
user-friendly, part-time, up-to-date, back-to-back
The Dash is the longer line used as punctuation in sentences – coming in between words (as in this sentence). It can also be used – as here – in pairs. For example:
Paul sang his song terribly – and he thought he was brilliant!
Underscore is used more often than underline.
/ - foward slash
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