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Who needs punctuation when you've got the web? Just a few
wacky or weird sites out there dedicated to the use and
abuse of punctuation. Our thanks to
Google and the London
Metro for these examples.
The Home for Abused Apostrophes. Coming to you from Truro,
The Interrobang: A twentieth century punctuation mark.
First introduced in 1962 by one Martin K. Speckter.
Punctuation Made Simple. We are most concerned with helping
you develop a feel for the way punctuation works.
The Punctuation Project. The Statement of Attainment for
Level Two for writing (in our National Curriculum)
states that children should:
"Produce, independently, pieces of writing using
complete sentences, some of them demarcated with capital
letters and full stops or question marks."
The Punctuation Tree - Arboretus punctuationitis. Do
you know the difference between a hyphen and a
dash? This site tells you.
The Gallery Of "Misused" Quotation Marks. Someone
needs to get a "life".
Satan on Punctuation. "Hi, I'm Satan, and I'd like to
talk to you about punctuation."