The main marks of punctuation are:
1. the full stop (.) at the end of all assertive and imperative sentences.
2. The comma (,) is used to separate a series of words if they are same part of speech.
3. The semicolon (;) is used to separate a series of short clauses.
4. The mark of interrogation (?) is used at the end of an interrogative sentence.
5. Capital letter to being a new sentence or with proper noun.
Apply and Learn:
Choose the sentence which has been properly punctuated:
Q1. (a) We lived together : we worked together : we play together.
(b) We lived together ; we worked together ; we played together.
Q2. (a) Well the day is over at last
(b) Well, the day s over at last.
Q3. (a) You like your car, don't you ?
(b) You like your car don't you.
Q4. (a) What nasty comments.
(b) What nasty comments !