Little-known Punctuation Marks

According to the peeps at Mental Floss it was National Punctuation Day in the US yesterday, September 24th. We’ve already covered commas and apostrophes a while ago, so here are some punctuation marks for advanced language nerds:

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If you’d like to read up on National Punctuation Day and how our use of punctuation has changed in the age of emojis, check out this article:

http://time.com/3423875/happy-national-punctuation-day/

If you’d like to brush up your punctuation rules in English (say you don’t know the difference between a dash and a hyphen…), Oxford Dictionaries Online has a list of examples and explanations here:

http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/words/punctuation

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