Summary





1. A comma separates clauses, phrases, and particles.



2. A semicolon separates different statements.



3. A colon is the transition point of the sentence.



4. A period marks the end of a sentence.



5. A dash marks abruptness or irregularity.



6. Parentheses enclose interpolations in the sentence.



7. Brackets enclose irregularities in the sentence.



8. An interrogation asks a question for an answer.



9. An exclamation marks surprise.



10. An apostrophe marks elisions and the possessive case.



11. Quotation marks define quoted words.





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