End Marks. Sentence Skills: A Workbook for Writers, Form B John Langan. End Marks. A sentence always begins with a capital letter. It always a period a question mark, or an exclamation point. ENDS WITH. Period (.). Use a period after a sentence that makes a statement.
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Sentence Skills: A Workbook for Writers, Form B
Use a period after a sentence that makes a statement.
Sam is seven feet tall.
Use a period after most abbreviations.
Use a question mark after a direct question.
“What color is that Martian?” Ed asked.
Do not use a question mark after an indirect question.
Sue asked how Ed’s therapy was going.
Use an exclamation point after a word or sentence that expresses strong feeling.
Wow! This liver is tasty!