Punctuation can make a difference in our sentences. Each punctuation mark carries some meanings, and therefore, we must use punctuation marks correctly. Punctuation marks are symbols or icons that are used in various languages to organize phrases, sentence structures specially in writing. On the other hand, punctuation marks would indicate the vocal rhythm and emphasis of words, phrases, and sentences. The symbols implicate different meanings in specific contexts.
What are the punctuation marks? The most commonly used punctuation in the English language are period, comma, colon, semicolon, apostrophe, question mark, exclamation mark, dash, hyphen, and parentheses
Let’s study a few samples of punctuation here
Caution: If you write a term paper or a thesis, make sure you use punctuation marks accurately. Although the symbols seem “small” or “little”, too many punctuation mistakes in the paper will irritate the readers and examiners. As a result, your paper will be downgraded.