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Capital letters

We use capital letter in the following case:

  1.  To begin a sentence

  2.  For proper noun

  3.  For pronoun ‘I’

Common punctuation marks

Full Stop (.)

  1.  Full stop is used at the end statement or command sentence.


  This is a red car. (Statement)

  Come here. (Command)

  2.  Full stop is used at the end of abbreviations if the first and only a part of the word are used.


  Captain (Capt.)

  3.  Full stop is not used in the abbreviations if the last letter of word is included in the abbreviations.( according to UK convention)


  Doctor (Dr.)

Question Mark (?)

  1.  Question mark is used at the end of direct question.


  Why are you sad? (Direct question)

  2.  Question mark is not used in case of indirect question.


  I asked her why she was sad. (Indirect question)

Exclamation Mark (!)

An exclamation mark is usually used to show strong feelings such as surprise, anger or joy.


Well done!

Hurray! Tomorrow is a holiday.

Comma (,)

  1.  Comma is used to show a pause in a sentence.


  Therefore, we should speak to the teacher on this matter.

  2.  Comma is used to separate words in a list of things.


  I want to order pizza, burgers, soft drinks and lollipops.

  3.  Comma is used to show what someone has said.


  “I hope he will be all right soon”, said Ravi

  4.  Comma is used after salutation.


  Dear mam,

Apostrophe (‘)

  1.  Apostrophe is used to indicate possession of something.


  This is Ravi’s house.

  2.  Apostrophe is used in contractions where letters have been omitted.



Future Scope
HDFC Credila: Education Loan
Fair Exhibition Organisation
Indian Education Congress
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