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Is full time hyphenated AP style?
Keeping this in consideration, is full time hyphenated?
“Full–Time” The dictionary shows full–time hyphenated as an adverb. She was there full–time. As an adjective, it follows the rules: Hyphenate it as a direct adjective; do not hyphenate it when it is not in front of the noun.
Also, is well known hyphenated AP style? AP style guidelines for hyphen usage. When a modifier that would be hyphenated before a noun occurs after the noun, but in a form of the verb “to be,” the hyphen must be retained in order to avoid any confusion: “The woman is well–known.” “The child is quick-witted.”
Similarly one may ask, should full day be hyphenated?
2 Answers. When an adjective is used to modify another adjective rather than directly modify the noun, we hyphenate the two words. If two adjectives both modify the same noun, we normally separate them with a comma. For example, “a hot, dry day” is a day that is both hot and dry.
Should you hyphenate part time?
“Full-Time” and “Part–Time” These two words are hyphenated in the dictionary as adjectives and adverbs. However, as we know, the adjective form in the dictionary is the direct adjective form, i.e., the form right in front of the noun. We were with him only part–time.