What Is Punctuation? Lesson No 3 Basic English Learning Ielts Exams Preparation
7-IELTS EXAMS PREPARATION |The Exclamation Mark is used after Interjections and after Phrases and Sentences expressing sudden emotion or wish ; as,
- That’s terrible !
- What the hell this is!
9-We use Question Mark for use of the Full Stop, after a direct question; as,
- Have you written your IELTS exercises for IELTS listening,IELTS reading,IELTS writing and IELTS speaking modules?
- Do you like me?
- Did they do this?
- Will i do IELTS Bands preparation?
- Would you get 9 bands in IELTS Exams Prepartion?
- Could you really get 9 bands in ielts final exams?
- Have you got really 7 bands in IELTS Exams?
8-Inverted Commas are used to enclose the exact words of a speaker, or a quotation; as,
“I would rather die,” he exclaimed, “than join the oppressors of my country.”
when a quotation comes within a quotation, it is marked by single inverted commas; as,
“You might as well say,” added the March Hare, “that ‘I like what I get’ is the same thing
as ‘I get what I like,”.
10-We use Dash for as
(i) To resume a scattered subject; as,.
IELTS exams,preparation,tuition- all i have done well.
(ii) To indicate an abrupt stop or change of thought; as,
If i would rich- where are you going?
If i would get 9 bands in IELTS EXAMS,I got immigration visa.
12-Capitals are used :-
(1) To begin a sentence.
(2) To begin each fresh line of poetry.
(3) To begin all Proper Nouns and Adjectives derived from them : as,
IELTS,Bands,Shakira,IELTS EXAMS,IELTS listening,IELTS reading
(4) For all nouns and pronouns which indicate the Deity; as, The Lord, He is the God.
(5) For interjection and to write pronoun,we use the interjection O.
13-The Hyphen – a shorter line than the Dash – is used to connect the parts of a
compound word; as,
Passer-by, man-of-war, jack-of-all-trades.
It is also used to connect parts of a word divided at the end of a
14-The Apostrophe is used:-
(i) We use Apostrophe to show the omission of a letter or letters; as, Don’t, e’er, I’ve.
(ii)In the Genitive Case of Nouns.
(iii) To form the plural of letters and figures.