Sentences may end with full stops/periods, exclamation points, or question marks. Find out how sentence structure affects the choice of terminating mark.
The comma is the most questioned punctuation mark, so Joanne will answer those tricky questions about commas in lists, interjections, and bracketing.
If you want to make your writing interesting for the reader, using simple, compound, and complex sentences is a must. But punctuating them can be tricky!
Punctuating numbers, dates, and time is useful for everyday life. Learn proper punctuation for numbers, dates, and times in British and American English.
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