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Put in Colons and Hyphens.

1. Our meeting is at 1:30 this afternoon, and you need to remind the fol-

lowing people Jim Brown, Patricia West, Anne Tyler, and Jeff Ray.

2. My Brother-in-law helped us move into our second story apartment.

3. Between 1:00 and 5:00 yesterday, twenty-five people signed the sign-up sheet for the conference.

4. That well known Italian restaurant specializes in the following foods lasagna, grilled shrimp, veal, and spaghetti with meatballs..

5. My Great-grandfather will be eighty-seven years old tomorrow

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N-dashes are used between e.g .dates (March 3 - 5), not between parts of words. Second-story uses a hyphen.
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1. Our meeting is at 1:30 this afternoon, and you need to remind the fol-

lowing people (colon or comma) Jim Brown, Patricia West, Anne Tyler, and Jeff Ray.

2. My Brother-in-law helped us move into our second-(Ndash)story apartment.

3. Between 1:00 and 5:00 yesterday, twenty-five people signed the sign-up sheet for the conference.

4. That well known Italian restaurant specializes in the following foods (colon or comma) lasagna, grilled shrimp, veal, and spaghetti with meatballs..

5. My Great-grandfather will be eighty-seven years old tomorrowGood

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2. My brother-in-law helped us move into our second-(Ndash)story apartment.

5. My great-grandfather will be eighty-seven years old tomorrow
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I've seen it suggested that an en dash can be used in compound adjectives where one part of the compound is naturally hyphenated, e.g. "post–World War 2 history", although I think this is more one for serious typsetting aficionados to argue about and not really for general use.
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