Which sentence is punctuated correctly? a. one question you should always ask yourself: “am i with the results? ” b. always ask yourself this question: “ am i with the results? ” c. one question you should always ask yourself is : “am i with the results? ” d. always ask yourself a question like: “am i with the results? ”
b. Always ask yourself this question: “ Am I pleased with the results?”
A colon should be used when there is a complete sentence before it. In option B, "Always ask yourself this question" is a complete sentence.
Option A is incorrect because after "yourself" your brain automatically wants to say "is ...". Option B is incorrect because the quotation is embedded within the sentence so there should not be any punctuation after "is". Option D is also incorrect. There should not be any punctuation after the word "like" either.
The above question has a definite factor that is missing ,which is "Information" to establish the three factors stated above ,information is a key aspect. To determine the reliability of the information , you need to know the source of the information ,"who wrote it"?, is the question.
Another question you ask is ,"where is it coming from" I.e which site is it ,is from a reliable site. And lastly,
"When was this made public"?, I.e how current is the information. All these are factors that determine the reliability of a source in terms of information to the public
how do i do this
i don't know it seems like the best answer