Comma Rules - Free English Video by Brightstorm
This video explains how to apply comma rules. It describes that commas must be used to separate items in a series, set off non-essential information or introductory clauses, and link independent clauses to independent clauses. Commas must also be used to coordinate adjectives, set off quotations, link dependent clauses to dependent clauses, and separate words in common conventions. (5:57)
Semicolons - Free English Video by Brightstorm
This video explains the rules for using a semicolon in a sentence. Semicolons are used in place of a period to separate two independent clauses that are joined without a conjunction. A semicolon is also used to separate a list in which an item includes a comma and before an adverb that joins two independent clauses. (4:18)
2011 International Forum on R&D: Paul Martin, Patrick Deane, Lynton (Red) Wilson Conversation
International R&D Collaboration Discussion: A Perspective on Canada in the World Lynton "Red" Wilson, Chancellor, McMaster University; The Right Honourable Paul Martin, former Prime Minister of Canada and Patrick Deane , President & Vice-Chancellor, McMaster University
Kim Kardashian charms the Middle East
Oct. 14 - The reality star helps launch Millions of Milkshake's new location. Alicia Powell reports.
Quotation Marks - Free English Video by Brightstorm
This video explains the rules for correctly using quotation marks in writing. Quotation marks are a type of punctuation used around direct quotations and titles of short works. When using quotations, it is important to remember that punctuation generally goes inside of quotation marks. If there is a quote within a quote, single quote marks should be used. When citing quotations, the parenthetical citation should be placed after the quotation mark. (5:06)
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Occupy protests spread to South America
Oct.16 - Argentines, Chileans and Mexicans join worldwide protests against the global economic crisis as more protesters invade New York's Times Square. Sunita Rappai reports.
Italians shocked by protest violence
Oct.16 - Following a day of clashes between protesters and police, residents of Rome awake to smashed storefronts and burnt out cars. Andrew Raven reports.
Renewed assault on Bani Walid.
Oct. 16 - Amateur video shows Libyan interim government forces advance on Gaddafi stronghold Bani Walid Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
Fighting rages in Sirte
Oct 16 - Pro-government forces use tanks and rockets to bombard the Libyan town of Sirte in an effort to dislodge hold out pro-Gaddafi fighters. Andrew Raven reports.
Bringing down Gaddafi's house
Oct. 16 - Demolition begins of Gaddafi's Tripoli home and seat of power. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
NTC fighters close in on Sirte
Oct. 16 - National Transitional Council fighters prepare to advance on Sirte's al-Dollar district, still in control of pro-Gaddafi forces. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
Fighting the pangs of hunger
Oct.16 - The U.N. marks World Food Day with a celebrity-filled awareness campaign as rocketing prices for staples threaten the lives of millions. Andrew Raven reports.
Funerals and gunfire in Syria
Oct. 16 - Amateur video shows funeral procession in Syria broken up by gunmen. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Wounded in Yemen
Oct. 16 - At least five people are killed and more than a dozen wounded in Yemen clashes. Deborah Lutterbeck reports
Robert Downey, Jr. honored with film award.
Oct. 16 - Robert Downey Jr. is honored over the weekend for his work as an actor. John Russell reports.
Street fighting in Sirte
Oct. 16 - NTC fighters close in on Sirte's al-Dollar residential district as the battle for control of Libya continues. Deborah Lutterbeck reports
Amateur video shows scenes from the fight for Bani Walid
Oct. 16 - Libyan NTC forces say they have entered the loyalist bastion of Bani Walid. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
Enhanced transmission and complex structures, Lecture I
Enhanced transmission and complex structures, Lecture I, Skigin, Diana, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Enhanced transmission and complex structures, Lecture II
Enhanced transmission and complex structures, Lecture II, Skigin, Diana, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina