Words can lose their meaning without the structure of punctuation.
Just as the positioning of letters and spaces gives us words, the positioning of particular punctuation marks amid and around those words helps us deliver cogent messages.
These little symbols have specific purposes; they are visual cues that a writer sends to the reader.
This guide explains 10 types of punctuation marks to help writers make the most of their missives and ensure their communiques are clear.
Download this guide, and you’ll discover how to:
- Differentiate hyphens, en dashes and em dashes and identify when to use each one
- Employ a semicolon to segment a complex series or to avoid the dreaded comma splice
- Use commas correctly in multiple situations
- Juxtapose question marks and quotation marks properly
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