Find out how to use an apostrophe to join two words together and form a contraction.
Find out how to use an apostrophe to show that one thing belongs to another.
Find out how a semi-colon can replace a full stop between two sentences that share a theme.
Find out how commas can be used between statements to make a sentence easier to read.
How much do you know about punctuation marks? Test yourself in this KS2 quiz.
Find out how to use hyphens to connect words and dashes to punctuate sentences.
An ellipsis or '...' can be used to create suspense, show words are missing or show a trailing off thought.
When can you use bullet points to break up information to make it easy to read?
Brackets are a form of parenthesis but when should they be used in a sentence?
Find out how an exclamation mark can be used to show when something is surprising or forceful.
Find out where to place a comma to make the perfect list.
A number of sentences grouped together are called a paragraph. They are usually about one idea or theme.
Find out how inverted commas are used to show when someone is speaking.
Question marks go on the end of every question. Find out how to use them.
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