Punctuation Storyboard

Punctuation Storyboard
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  • Question Mark (?)
  • There are so many places to eat. Where do you want to go?
  • Subway
  • McDonalds
  • New York Fries
  • Elevator
  • Colon (:) and Comma(,)
  • There are three places to eat: Subway, McDonalds, and New York Fries
  • Subway
  • Semi-Colon (;) and Exclamation Point (!)
  • Student Special - $5
  • Well, I love poutine; Lets go to New York Fries!
  • NYF
  • Poutine $8
  • The question mark introduces a question. Danny asks Freddy where he wants to eat.
  • The colon introduces the list of places to eat and the commas list the places.
  • The semi-colon is used to conjoin two sentences that share the same ideas. The exclamation point is used to emphasize Danny's passion and excitement for poutine.
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