Notes On Punctuation Marks - Appropriate Usage - CBSE Class 7 English Grammar
USE OF FULL STOP 1.At the end of a declarative and interrogative sentence: The man arrived. He sat down. 2. With abbreviations (in an abbreviation the last letter of the word and of the abbreviation are not the same): etc. (et cetera) M.P. (Member of Parliament). USE  OF EXCLAMATORY MARK 1. To indicate strong feelings or a raised voice in speech "Good heavens!" he said, "Is that true? "Help!" 2. Many interjections need an exclamation mark: "Hi! What's new?" "Oh! When are you going?"

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USE OF FULL STOP 1.At the end of a declarative and interrogative sentence: The man arrived. He sat down. 2. With abbreviations (in an abbreviation the last letter of the word and of the abbreviation are not the same): etc. (et cetera) M.P. (Member of Parliament). USE  OF EXCLAMATORY MARK 1. To indicate strong feelings or a raised voice in speech "Good heavens!" he said, "Is that true? "Help!" 2. Many interjections need an exclamation mark: "Hi! What's new?" "Oh! When are you going?"
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