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Oo He forgot the eternal joke - ook Come on Randall, you're a person of science Put spellings down the side I've seen a lot of "oki" online; maybe "A-OK" too, or some humorous misspelling and possible permutations of punctuations and capitalisation across the top. I want to know how "o. Hax talk "'kay" is better, but I've also seen "'k" -- highlighting, perhaps, that the "o" is supposed to be there even if people are lazy and cut off too much when speaking and writing. Another form would be "kk", which is still shorter to type than "ok" but is more emphasized as "k".
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Hax talk "'kay" is better, but I've also seen "'k" oi highlighting, perhaps, that the "o" is supposed to be there even if people are lazy and cut off too much when speaking and writing.
Periods go inside if it's a part of the quote, outside if it isn't, and in both places if you end your sentence with a quote. Fill your boots! As the bot is not working, someone has to insert it manually.
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Soulus talk6 January UTC I have created the new - looking forward to your explanations, cause I'm lost on that one I was the one who put it in wrong in the first place as well. Quote conventions schmote conventions - I'll use whatever style a client dictates, like the obedient little paycheck-chasing copywriter that I am - but "OK" is pretty much universal as far as I'm concerned.
That said though It's all just convention, and conventions change, often via a period of people doing it "wrongly" before it's accepted.
I edited it. Doesn't everybody read "ok" phonetically, as "ock", as in grok?
I was very surprised. Punctuation should only go inside the quotation marks if it's part of the quote.
I don't know how to edit it. Ty all Oi note: I was going to write 'LOL' before i realized the content of this comic and got self-conscious of it. But the xkcd website ends with "oK.
Ok, ok, okay. how do you write ok?
I had to insert the quotes manually, when I copy-pasted the title text from the inspect tool of xkcd. So it seems to be quite common to use lower case for a word that isn't even an abbrevation anymore, but just a regular word.
And then - of course - we have Mr Mackey, mkay Further changes or at least partial reversion are welcome, and in fact invited I'm going to cling to this being a transatlantic difference, to "OK" being normal, to "ok" being a typo, to clamping my hands over my ears and saying "Lalala I'm not listening" to anyone who says otherwise, and to thumping anyone who pulls said hands from said ears square in the nose.
This rule holds true in American English unless there's a very good reason to leave the punctuation on the ok ok ok. Perhaps the British standard of putting all punctuation on the outside unless it explicitly belongs to the quoted material is more logical, but until some major style manuals in the USA adopt it, it won't be legit in SWE. I think the existence of this comic and the ensuing discussion proves we're still in the transitional period With the OK app, you can: — Stay in touch with your nearest and dearest — Video or voice call your friends free of charge — Post and edit photos — Load and watch the most interesting and trending videos — Listen to your favorite music and discover your friends' musical tastes — Share emotions with your nearest and dearest through various gifts — Keep up to date with all the news from your groups and participate in their discussions It's considered proper form for American English, whereas Brits put it outside.
Like, it threw me off and I had to reread a couple times. Also, I think using "oK" would be good kk. Put spellings down the side I've seen a lot of "oki" online; maybe "A-OK" too, or some humorous misspelling and possible permutations of punctuations and capitalisation across the top.
Another form would be "kk", which is still shorter to type than "ok" but is more emphasized as "k". Names aren't abbreviations and they're capitalised Many people who are just using chat programs, especially on the phone, do not bother with using the shift key at all. It should be done by a user who is on here for a time with an and has by that earned the right to files. Discussion He forgot the eternal joke - 0K Come on Randall, oi a person of science I want to know how "o.
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Circling back to the original point ending with '"oK. Punctuation immediately following a quote goes inside the quotation marks under English grammar.
Do note that other than commas, punctuation that is not ending punctuation commonly dashes, colons, semicolons or containers parens, brackets, etc -- depending on how they're used kk belong outside the quotation marks. It's a place where everyone can find something that interests and excites them.
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Elektrizikekswerk talk6 January Ko If it's not capitalized, I'm definitely imagining the person making clucking noises, even if I know that's not what they meant. Bad rule: Don't do that.
I sometimes actually spell it okeh, but only to people who'd be able to figure out what I mean.
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