|An example of how punctuation can change the meaning of a sentence.
There's a story, possibly an urban myth, about a teacher asking a class to correctly punctuate the words "woman without her man is a savage".
The men in the class wrote ``Woman, without her man, is a savage.''
The women in the class wrote ``Woman: without her, man is a savage.''
Love Letter - The actual letter was meant to read:
Dear John:It ended up being read as:
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|Eleven Rules Of Writing|
|A brief but handy list of punctuation and sentence structure tips. One must understand grammar terminology to make the most of their eleven rules.
|Exploring English - Punctuation|
|University of Calgary takes you through all the punctuation marks in this well laid out site that also offers self-testing for each punctuation topic.|
|Click on to the punctuation information offered on this self-proclaimed "tangled web of pages", and learn more about apostrophes and periods.