When is the semicolon used?
Use in German spelling. The semicolon can be used to separate subordinate clauses or word groups from one another. The semicolon expresses a higher degree of delimitation than a comma and a lower degree than a period.
How do you use the slash?
The correct spelling before and after a slash is: today/tomorrow. According to DIN 5008 point 7.7, the space after the slash is no longer used. Sometimes you read the spelling “today / tomorrow”, i.e. with a space before and after the slash. Better keep your hands off it.
When is dash coming?
According to the hyphen rules, a hyphen must be used when English and German words are combined (example: social media company), in compounds with abbreviations (example: SEO agency), in connections with numbers (example: fortnightly) and in the use of the hyphen as a supplementary dash (…
Where does a comma always go?
Before opposite conjunctions, e.g. B. “but”, “alone”, “yet”, “however”, “but”, there is a comma.
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