Why do we use punctuation marks?
When you write a sentence, you combine different parts of speech and punctuation marks in order to communicate an idea to your audience. Punctuation marks are non-letter symbols used in writing, such as commas, periods, semicolons, parentheses, question marks, and exclamation points. They each serve their own role in a sentence.
Answer and Explanation:
Each punctuation mark has its own specific job in a sentence, but they all perform the same general task. They help communicate the structure, tone,...
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fromChapter 14 / Lesson 11
Learn what punctuation is. Study the fourteen main types of punctuation, identify common punctuation rules, and discover the importance of proper punctuation.