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Use for sentences and statements. No emotion. Use one at the end of every sentence or statement.
Example: This is a sentence or statement.
Use for questions if you are not sure of something.
Example: Is this a question or answer?
Use for Interjections or strong feelings or strong emotions.
Example: Stop talking!
Use to show what someone is saying. Put them around the words at the front and at the back:
Example: "Hello" she said to the little child "Welcome to our classroom!"
Use this to show where to stop and think. Sometimes additional information is found between two commas about a thought.
Example: Jane, who was very smart, read her book carefully.
It is also used to show a series of information.
Example: Give me a blue one, a green one, and yellow one for next week.
Use this to separate thoughts.
Example: This is a use of a colon.
Use this to connect thoughts
Example: Her friend is here; he isn't going to go shopping.
Use this to create a pause in a thought, join words usually numbers
And symbol Short form
Example: Boys & Girls
Use this to show possession: Something belongs to someone
Example: Papa's moustache
My sister's toys
The girls' friends
Use this to show contractions or joining of words:
Example: can not = can't
do not = don't
did not = didn't
This mean a thought is not complete...
This shows a specific thought
Example: The boy was thinking.[note: this doesn't mean he did that at this time]
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