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Phil W. (of Brandywine Books fame) writes: I have a question about compound words. I understand that using compounds as modifiers requires a hyphen, e.g. our decision-making process, but my organization often uses compounds as nouns, e.g. disciple-maker or “Editing … Continue reading
Phil asks: What advice do you have for where to place the hyphen in a long word that wraps to the next line? For example, should the word “transformational” be hyphenated transform-ational or tranforma-tional? Is there a rule on that?