6th Grade Grammar Punctuation

There are three ends marks to end a sentence. They are as follows: full stop (.), question mark (?) and exclamation mark (!). The full stop is used to end declarative and imperative sentences. The question mark is used with an interrogative sentence. The exclamation mark is used with exclamatory sentences. Rule 1: Use a full stop at the end of a declarative sentence. A declarative sentence makes a statement.

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