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Punctuation

Punctuation marks are symbols that indicate the structure and organization of writing, as well as intonation and pauses to be observed when reading aloud.

Apostrophe - Indicates the omission of letters, possessive case or marks as a plural.

Colon - Introduces a list in a sentence or a quote, separates major parts of a sentence.

Comma - Separates words indepnedent phrases or clauses in a sentence.

Dash - Separate parts of a sentence.

Hyphen - Joins or separates words.

Period - A dot used at the end of a sentence to indicate that it is the end.

Quotation Marks - Surrounding a quotation, direct speech, or a literal title or name.

Semicolon - Separates major parts of a compound sentence.