Use appropriate punctuation marks in the following sentences.
1. We decided not to go on holiday we had too little money
2. Polonius What do you read my lord
3. It is a nice idea but there are a lot of ifs
4. We need three kinds of support economic moral and political
5. You had a holiday at Christmas at New Year and at Easter
6. Jane had surprisingly paid for everything
7. Mrs Parker who was sitting behind the reception desk gave Peter a big smile
8. If you are ever in London come and see me
9. They were believe it or not in love with each other
10. Quotation marks are also called inverted commas
1. We decided not to go on holiday: we had too little money.
2. Polonius: What do you read, my lord?
3. It is a nice idea, but there are a lot of if’s.
4. We need three kinds of support: economic, moral and political.
5. You had a holiday at Christmas, at New Year and at Easter.
6. Jane had, surprisingly, paid for everything.
7. Mrs Parker, who was sitting behind the reception desk, gave Peter a big smile.
8. If you are ever in London, come and see me.
9. They were, believe it or not, in love with each other.
10. Quotation marks are also called ‘inverted commas’.