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    Please select three tips from www.apastyle.org/previoustips.html. Summarize them and explain why they are important and helpful.

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    Using A Colon

    To use a colon correctly, it should be placed between an introductory clause and a final clause that is related to the first clause. The introductory clause must be a statement that could stand alone as a complete sentence. The second clause can be phrase that is not a complete sentence, in which case it does not need to be capitalized. If it is a complete sentence ...

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    Three tips are selected from www.apastyle.org website. Summaries of punctuation tips in APA style writing is given and explain why they are important.