September 19 2013

Rules Of Grammar: Compound Nouns Ending in Between, Through, and Together

Nouns ending in “between,” “through,” and “together” are usually hyphenated. Examples: walk-together, get-together, run-through, follow-through, in-between, go-between. An exception to this rule is the word, “breakthrough.”

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Posted September 19, 2013 by Elsie Villega in category "Grammar

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