Weekly Grammar Tip: Fullstops

What? A fullstop? Why is there a grammar tip for a fullstop, aren’t they obvious?

Apparently not!

Used at the end of a sentence, followed by a capital letter to begin the next, the fullstop has many names but comes in one form. A simple dot, it is the end of everything. Well, at least the end of a sentence.

Example: ‘Using good grammar will enhance your writing skills. It’s fun.’

Another way of ending a sentence is to use the exclamation mark or the question mark.


One comment on “Weekly Grammar Tip: Fullstops

  1. Pingback: Weekly Grammar Tip: Commas « dodging commas

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