Punctuation is special marks that are placed in a text to show the divisions between phrases and sentences, or the use of these marks.  

Capital letter a letter of the alphabet in the form and larger size that is used at the beginning of a sentence and for proper nouns.

For example:

- It is raining. Aiyman and Ammar cannot go out to play.

The man was hungry. He said “Do you have any sandwiches?”

David is going to Brazil to learn Portuguese.

- Last summer, Afiq visited Korea with his family.

1.2    FULL STOP

Full stop [ . ] is used in writing at the end of a sentence or at the end of the short form of a word.

For example:

- I went to school early this morning.

- Jane thinks that I drink too much coffee.

- United States of America is abbreviated U.S.A.

- I want to eat burger for lunch.


Question mark [ ? ]: used at the end of an asking sentence.

For example: 

- What is your name?

- How old are you?

- Where is the bathroom?

- Why are you crying?


Exclamation mark [ ! ]: used to show surprise or for greetings.

For example:

- Hello!

- You are amazing!

- I won the race!

- You are so beautiful!

1.5   COMMA

Comma [ , ]: used to separate words in a list.

For example:

- Mother bought vegetables, fruit, fish and meat.

- We were out of milk, so I went to the store.

- Grabbing her purse, Emily raced out of the house. Confused by her sister’s sudden change in mood, April stayed quiet.

- My favourite food is steak, pasta and grilled chicken.