Introduction to Punctuation
Introduction:
Punctuation makes sentences as clear as possible to the reader. The end marks 
(period, question mark, and exclamation point) indicate how a sentence is said. 
Discusses use of the period in commands, declarative sentences, and with 
abbreviations; the question mark in interrogative sentences and to show disbelief or 
sarcasm; and the exclamation point for emphasis.

Summary

Introduction:
Punctuation makes sentences as clear as possible to the reader. The end marks 
(period, question mark, and exclamation point) indicate how a sentence is said. 
Discusses use of the period in commands, declarative sentences, and with 
abbreviations; the question mark in interrogative sentences and to show disbelief or 
sarcasm; and the exclamation point for emphasis.
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