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The battle

Who wins this match in your head?

The question mark or the exclamation mark?

It’s important to ask questions in your head constantly but is it always important to find answers to those questions? 117 more words

Annas Art

Behind the exclamation mark

Today I felt like I am an exclamation mark. Oddly enough, while writing emails I often use the exclamation mark at the end of my sentences – so as to not give the impression to the reader I am giving an order, yelling, or being critical. 1,121 more words

Exclamation mark – Amy Krouse Rosenthal & Tom Lichtenheld

Let me start with this: my kid loved this book.  It’s a simple story about an exclamation mark trying to fit in and finding his place in the world of punctuation. 81 more words

Book Reviews

Writing Tip: Don't Overuse Exclamation Mark!

Exclamation Mark (or Point) has its place in literature. It is used to convey exaggerated emotions, e.g., anger, enthusiasm, surprise, anguish, and disappointment. But if you overuse it, your character or narrator will come across as an overexcited hyper individual in serious need of a caffeine detox. 192 more words

Grammar Tips

! (Exclamation Mark!)

Today’s PPBF post is in honor of Amy Krouse Rosenthal, a children’s author who left this world much too soon.

Title: ! (Exclamation Mark!)
Written by: Amy Krouse Rosenthal… 213 more words

Beth Anderson

Exclamation Marks!! Use sparingly!

The DFE don’t like them, Facebook loves them, most will use sparingly some will use liberally.

“The exclamation mark or exclamation point is a punctuation mark usually used after an interjection or exclamation to indicate strong feelings or high volume, and often marks the end of a sentence.

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