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  • Question Mark
  • Is that the empire state bulding?
  • Period
  • It's warm outside.
  • Exclamation point
  • I love these clothes!
  • A question mark is a punctuation mark used after a direct question and after each part in a series of questions.
  • Comma
  • I love this party, its sweet!
  • A period is a punctuation mark used to signal the end of a sentence or an abbreviation.
  • Semicolon
  • I have lived on this street forever; My family has lived on it forever also.
  • An exclamation point is a punctuation mark that shows strong emotion.
  • Parentheses
  • What a (strange) creature.
  • A comma is an internal punctuation mark used to separate items in a sentence.
  • A semicolon is a punctuation mark used to denote a pause. Semicolons are stronger than commas but weaker than periods.
  • A punctuation mark used in pairs to set off nonessential words, phrases or clauses.
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