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End punctuation

The following end punctuation marks are used at the close of a complete idea: the period, the exclamation point, and the question mark. A period is used at the end of a sentence to signal the end point of a statement. For example, “I am going to the store.” A period is also used as a decimal point and to indicate abbreviations.

A question mark is used to end a sentence that asks a question. For example, “Do you want to go to the store?” An exclamation mark is used to end a sentence that shows strong emotion or surprise. For example, “I refuse to go to the store with you!”


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