Style Manual

Some articles on style manual, styles, style:

Serial Comma - Usage - Style Guides Opposing Mandatory Use
... The Times style manual Avoid the so-called Oxford comma say "he ate bread, butter and jam" rather than "he ate bread, butter, and jam" ... The Economist style manual Do not put a comma before and at the end of a sequence of items unless one of the items includes another and ... The Australian Government Publishing Service's Style Manual for Authors, Editors and Printers A comma is used before and, or, or etc ...
Differences Between American And British English (vocabulary) - Writing - Punctuation - Quotation Usage
... In both styles, question marks and exclamation marks are placed inside the quotation marks if they belong to the quotation and outside otherwise ... With narration of direct speech, both styles retain punctuation inside the quotation marks, with a full stop changing into a comma if followed by explanatory text, also known as a dialogue tag ... Carefree means "free from care or anxiety." (American style) Carefree means 'free from care or anxiety' ...
Comparison Of American And British English - Writing - Punctuation
... double/single use depends on the individual publication's house style ... In both styles, question marks and exclamation marks are placed inside the quotation marks if they belong to the quotation and outside otherwise ... With narration of direct speech, both styles retain punctuation inside the quotation marks, with a full stop changing into a comma if followed by explanatory text, also known as a dialogue tag ...

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