Sunday, October 10, 2010
Restaurant Inspired Meals and Flash-Dry Technology
Here are some interesting (or maybe mundane) examples of proper and improper hyphen usage. There is a missing hyphen in "restaurant-inspired", as it is a compound adjective. Saying "restaurant, inspired meals" would not make any sense. Bad, bad Healthy Choice.
Here is a proper use of hyphens, as "leak-proof", "flash-dry", "quick-dry", and "drip-proof" are all compound adjectives. Good job, Hartz Training Academy.
Before I took this class, I never noticed these things. Thank you, Eng 408 for giving me “grammar vision”. :P