English Punctuation Marks Crossword Puzzle

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QUESTIONS LIST: period: at the end of a sentence, question mark: used for questions, exclamation point: used to add emphasis or to indicate that words are being spoken in excitement, surprise, or alarm, comma: used in a number of ways, including to separate elements of a sentence, or to separate items in a list, colon: can be used to introduce an example or series of items, or to join two independent clauses (where the second clause explains the first). it can also be used to introduce a quotation, though it isn’t always the best choice of punctuation mark for that, semicolon: used to join together two independent clauses that could otherwise stand as independent sentences, dash: used to replace parentheses or a colon, quotation marks: enclose words that are spoken, ellipsis: used to indicate a pause or gap, parentheses: used for asides and clarifying information, brackets: used to add clarity to a sentence, such as when you’re quoting someone, braces: used in mathematical expressions and computer programming, apostrophe: two main purposes—to indicate a possessive, and to indicate a missing letter, hyphen: joins two (sometimes more) words together into a compound word.