I got out a bowl ,read the recipe and then started adding the ingredients,
A comma should be added after the word "recipe", since it is here that the sentence can be broken into two independent clauses.
13. The sentence which has correct capitalization is the following one:
No! Are you sure I won?
The words which are in the beginning of a sentence must be capitalized, and that includes verbs, articles, nouns, etc.
14. The sentence which has correct capitalization is the following one:
The wrestling match was between our high school and King High School in Austin, Texas.
The first time the term "high school" appears, the name of the institution is not mentioned, so it does not have to be capitalized. The second time, however, we see the name of an institution, so it must be in capital letters (King High School), since it becomes part of a proper noun. Plus, names of cities must be capitalized at all times (Austin).
15. The sentence which is punctuated correctly is the following one:
“Thunder is good,” said Mark Twain, “but it is lightning that does the work.”
The quotation must appear between quotes, and whatever is not part of it does not have to. The commas are important as well, since they separate the quotation from the non-quotation (or narration). Plus, "but" is the part of the quotation, so it does not have to be capitalized.
16. The sentence which is punctuated correctly is the following one:
Work-hardened sterling silver wire is stronger than wire that has not been hammered.
All the words that appear before the noun "wire" are used to describe it, that is, they are its features and characteristics. Therefore, it is not necessary to add commas, since all of those words are used to describe a kind of wire. Plus, "sterling silver" is a term.
17. The word after which a comma should be placed is the following one:
The word "recipe" appears at the end of a sequence of two actions connected by the connective of addition "and" (I got out and read the recipe). Therefore, a pause is needed (with a comma), since another action takes place right after it.
18. The sentence which is punctuated correctly is the following one:
Don wore braces on both of his legs; still, he was an avid runner.
A longer pause is needed after a sentence whose follow-up sentence expresses contrast to it. Therefore, a semicolon is used so that pause is achieved. Plus, the comma placed after "still" is also there for a reason: to emphasize the aforementioned contrast (with a quicker pause).
19. The word which should be capitalized to correct the sentence is the following one:
It is part of the name of an institution. Therefore, it becomes part of a proper noun, which should always be capitalized, even if it consists of more than one word.
20. The word after which a comma should be placed is the following one:
The word above appears right at the end of a clause, and right before the beginning of a new one. Therefore, it is necessary to separate the two clauses with a comma.
21. The sentence which is punctuated correctly is the following one:
Rain poured in the open windows, through the sunroof, and even into the trunk.
We see the description of three places through which rain poured. In fact, three prepositions are used to describe exactly what happened: in, through and into. Therefore, those three ways rain poured must be separated by commas. Plus, the use of "even" makes it even more necessary, in order to express emphasis.
22. The best way to fill in the blanks is the following one:
Symphony No. 5 in C Minor
It is a generic name for a symphony, so it does not need to appear between quotes.
23. The word after which a colon should be placed is the following one:
The word above appears right before a quotation, so a colon should be placed right after it.
24. The correct way to rewrite the phrase is the following one:
the daisy's center.
It refers to the center of one particular daisy, so the correct way to say it is "the daisy's center". Plus, the use of the definite article "the" implies we are talking about a specific daisy. It could not have been "the daisys' center", since the correct plural form for that noun is "daisies."
25. The correct way to capitalize the sentence is the following one:
My dad, aunt Maria, uncle Diego, and my cousin were all there, but Mom couldn’t come.
The word "dad" appears after the possessive adjective "my", so it is a common noun (no need to be capitalized). The same goes for the common nouns "aunt", "uncle" and "cousin". However, since "Mom" is used as a subject, and no possessive adjectives appear before it, it is clearly being used as a proper noun, which requires it to be capitalized.
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