this thing : as in 10:25 a colon
Yes you need to use quotation marks when writing down what someone new says.
Staff Notation is a music notation like quotation marks except used in music not writing. It is with the five lines going down.
The hour and minute button in mine are the tiny buttons under the volume knob. The one on the left is the hour and the one on the right is the minute. Just hold it down for a second and it will change.
A quote is to repeat some else's words; be sure to use quote marks if you write it down.
You can hold down the ? mark and a choice of the two marks (? And ¿) will come up. Then, (without taking your finger off the screen) slide your finger to the ¿ mark. Hope this helped! :)
that all depends on what kind of clock you have. some clocks tick for 60 seconds until it reaches the next minute. other clocks can have second marks on them that they move to. digital clocks do not have second marks unless you press a button that shows the seconds going up or down.
No, they're not. Neither are upside-down question marks. Spanish: ¿Cómo te llamas? Portuguese: Como te chamas?
Speech marks " are obtained by holding down the SHIFT key, and pressing the number 2
You start by writing down all the ingredient's needed in whatever you are making
you do a lowercase i
The answer will depend on what you want to break it down into!
The fissure (what appears to be a crack down the middle of the brain).
104 times in one minute
Generally, in the US at least, the colon is used, i.e. 2:15 pm. In military time, no mark at all is used; 2:15 pm is written as 1415 hours.i dont now
In the music world a minute scale is used for practicing scales. It is the performing a musical scale, the notes up and down in an octave, in under a minute.
A bullet that has left the barrel has marks left from its travel down the barrel.
if you look behind the water pump straight down u can see the timing marks.
writing down everything that crosses your mind as quickly as you can.
jotting down, and scribbling are two synonyms for writing