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Punctuation is an integral part of written language and an indispensable auxiliary tool for written language. It helps people express their thoughts and feelings accurately and understand written language.

Example of usage summary name symbol usage explanation

(1) Full stop.

1. Used at the end of declarative sentences.

Beijing is the capital of the People's Republic of China.

2. Use at the end of an imperative sentence with a soothing tone.

Please wait a moment.

(2) Question mark?

1. It is used at the end of interrogative sentences.

What's his name?

2. It is used at the end of a rhetorical question.

Don't you know me?

(three) exclamation mark!

1. Used at the end of an exclamation.

Fight for the prosperity of the motherland!

2. It is used at the end of imperative sentences with strong tone.

Stop shooting!

3. It is used at the end of a strong rhetorical question.

How can I compare to him!

(four) comma, span>

1. For a pause between the subject and the predicate within the sentence, use a comma.

Most of the stars we can see are stars.

2. For a pause between the verb and the object in the sentence, use a comma.

It should be seen that science requires a person's lifelong effort.

3. If you need to pause after the adverbial within the sentence, use a comma.

He is no stranger to this city.

4. For the pauses between clauses in a complex sentence, commas should be used except sometimes semicolons.

It is said that there are more than 100 gardens in Suzhou, but I have only been to more than ten.

(five) commas,

are used between coordinating words within a sentence pause.

A square is a quadrilateral with equal sides and all four right angles.

(six) semicolon;

1. It is used in a compound clause within a complex sentence pause in between.

Language, people use to express their feelings; textWords, people use to remember words and events.

2. It is used between items listed in a branch.

The administrative regions of the People's Republic of China are divided as follows:

(1) The country is divided into provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities directly under the Central Government;


(2) Provinces and autonomous regions are divided into autonomous prefectures, counties, autonomous counties, and cities;

(3) Counties and autonomous counties are divided into Township, ethnic township, town.

(seven) colon:

1. It is used after the address, which means to mention below.

Comrades and friends: Now is the meeting...

2. Used for "say, think, yes, Prove, declare, point out, disclose, e.g., as follows" and other words, mention the following.

He was very surprised and said, "Ah, so it's you!"

3. It is used to always speak sexually The back of it indicates that the following paragraphs are caused.

The Forbidden City in Beijing has four gates: Wumen, Shenwumen, Donghuamen and Xihuamen.

4. It is used after the words that need to be explained, indicating that it leads to explanation or explanation.

Foreign Language Book Fair

Dates: October 20 to November 10

Time: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

Location: No. 16 Gongti East Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing

Organizer: China National Book Import and Export Corporation

5. Use the front of the general discourse to summarize the above.

Zhang Hua was admitted to Peking University; Li Ping was admitted to a secondary technical school; I worked as a salesperson in a department store: we all have a bright future.

(eight) quotation marks ""

1. Used for direct quotations in the text part.

The adage, "To be full of losses, to be humble to gain", has been around for at least two thousand years.

2. For objects that need to be discussed.

The ancients had a basic requirement for writing articles, which is called "organization of things". "To have things" means to have content, and to "orderly" means to have order.

3. Used for words with special meanings.

It's better to have fewer "smart people" like this.

4. When using quotation marks inside the quotation marks, use double quotation marks for the outer layer and single quotation marks for the inner layer.

He stood up and asked, "Teacher, what does 'organized' mean?"

(9) Brackets ( )

are used for commented parts of the line. When annotating certain words in a sentence, the parentheses are placed immediately after the words being annotated; when annotating the entire sentence, the parentheses are placed after the punctuation at the end of the sentence.


①Chinese ape-man (full name is "Chinese ape-man Beijing species", or simply "Beijing man" ) in my country is a major contribution to paleoanthropology.

②Writing a research article is different from literary creation. You can't spread the manuscript for "improvisation". (In fact, literary creation also requires literacy in order to have "improvisation".)

(ten) dash──

1. The part used for explanation in the text.

Entering the golden gate, passing through the spacious wind foyer and cloakroom, you will reach the central part of the Assembly Hall building, the central hall.

2. It is used for a sudden change of topic.

"It's so hot today!──When are you going to Shanghai?" Zhang Qiang said to Xiao Wang, who had just entered the door.

3. After the onomatopoeia used for sound extension.

"Woo-" The train started.

4. Before the items listed in the sub-contract.

According to different research objects, environmental physics is divided into the following five sub-disciplines:

── environmental acoustics;

——Ambient Optics;

——Ambient Thermal;

─ Environmental Electromagnetics;

─ Environmental Aerodynamics.

(eleven) ellipsis...

1 , for the omission of citations.

She hummed the "Lullaby" softly: "The moon is bright, the wind is quiet, and the leaves cover the window lattice..."

2. Omission for enumeration.

At the flower market in Guangzhou, peonies, hanging bells, narcissus, plum blossoms, chrysanthemums, camellias, orchids... spring, autumn and winter are all crowded together!


3. It is used in the middle of the discourse, indicating that the description is intermittent.

"I...sorry...everyone, I...didn't...complete...task."

(Twelve) Conjunctions—

1. Two related nouns are constructed into a meaning unit, and a connection is used in the middle No.

The area north of the Qinling Mountains to the Huaihe River in China belongs to the temperate monsoon climate zone, with high temperature and rainy summers and cold and dry winters.

2. Between the relevant time, place or number, use the connection number to indicate the beginning and the end.

Lu Xun (1881—1936), formerly known as Zhou Shuren, courtesy name Yucai, was a native of Shaoxing, Zhejiang.

3. Between the relevant letters, Arabic numerals, etc., use the connection number to indicate the product model.

In the Pacific region, in addition to the HAW-4 and TPC-3 submarine cables that have been built and put into use, another TPC-4 submarine cable has been put into operation.

4. Several related projects indicate progressive development, with a connecting number in the middle.

Human development can be divided into four stages: ancient ape-ape-man-ancient man-new man.

(thirteen) spacer

1 , used for the demarcation of the various parts of the names of foreigners and certain ethnic minorities.

Leonardo da Vinci, Aisin Gioro Nurhaci.

2. It is used for the separation between the title of the book and the title of the chapter (chapter, volume).

"Encyclopedia of China·Physics"

"Three Kingdoms·Shu"Zhi Zhuge Liang Biography.

(XIV) Book Title ""

use In book title, article title, newspaper title, publication title, etc.


① The author of "A Dream of Red Mansions" is Cao Xueqin.

② In the text, there is an article "From Baicao Garden to Sanwei Bookstore" by Lu Xun.

③ His article was published in People's Daily.

④ There is a copy of "Chinese Language" on the table.

⑤ "Chinese Workers" published on February 7, 1940.

Specific use span>

(1), period.

The period is the most commonly used symbol, and it is recognized in the first grade of elementary school. A period signifies a pause after a sentence has been completed. Use a sentence with a period in a gentle tone. For example:

1. The sun is warm.

2. There are many stalagmites growing at the bottom of the pool, some like rolling hills, some like steep mountains, some like standing pagodas, some like clusters coral.

3. The water of the Lijiang River is so quiet that you can't feel it flowing; the water of the Lijiang River is so clear that you can see the sand at the bottom of the river ; The water of the Lijiang River is really green, as green as if it were a flawless jadeite.

4. Seeing that your body is getting weaker and weaker day by day, as long as you can't eat anything one day, you might not be able to get up.

Example 1 It's very simple, telling people how the sun feels to people, it's a complete sentence with a period.

Example 2 is a longer sentence, it uses four “yes” to connect the images of several pool bottom stalagmites together, The end of the sentence is marked with a period.

Example 3 is a long sentence, actually three sentences side by side. It talks about the three characteristics of the Lijiang River: quiet, clear and green. Because the three sentences have the same function, the same form, and are closely related, they should be placed in a large sentence and separated by a semicolon.

Example 4 is a sentence with a relative word, "as long as... then..." is the link connecting the sentence, so it still counts for a sentence.

In the process of reading, a period marks a larger pause, that is, a longer pause, the comma in Example 2 and Example 4 and the semicolon in Example 3, they All marked pauses cannot exceed a period.

Let's see:

5. Today is Wednesday.

6. It was sunny yesterday.

7. Close the door.

These three example sentences do not look like complete sentences at first glance, and do not conform to the structure of "who (or what) does what (or how)" we usually know. Sentence patterns, but if you think about it, they all express a complete meaning, they are special forms of sentences, so they all use periods.

From the above example sentences, it can be seen that whether to use a period or not depends not on the length of the language, but on whether the language expresses a complete meaning and whether it can constitute a complete sentence. Although some are just a word, they can express a complete meaning, and the word constitutes a sentence.

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8. Go.

9. No.

Although some are composed of multiple words, they do not express a complete meaning. According to the requirements of sentence structure, it is only a part (also called a component) of a sentence. It can't be counted as a sentence.

For example:

10. Large and small, square and round, shining brightly in the sun Wucai Pool

If it is not a sentence, it must not use a period.

Can a full sentence use a period? Not necessarily, it depends on the tone of the sentence. Periods are suitable for sentences with a declarative tone and a gentle tone, but cannot be used in interrogative sentences with a heavy tone. Such as:

11. Is this your bread?

12. Li Hei, put down the gun!

If these two sentences are replaced with periods, then example 11 is not a question, but tells you "this bread is yours", example 12 is not an order Instead, he stated to people the action of "Li Hei put the gun on the ground".

When we write essays, there are three kinds of incorrect use of periods.

(1) Too little use. Do not use a period where a period should be used, which makes the level of the paragraph unclear and affects the expression effect. Such as:

13. Lu Feng's stool was broken, and he would fall down accidentally when sitting on it. Li Zhi saw it and remembered it in his heart. He brought tools from home and left school. After everyone left, he squatted in the classroom alone and started to repair. (Exercise)

Example 13 is a paragraph composed of four sentences: the first sentence introduces that Lu Feng’s stool is broken and will fall, It ends with "falling down"; the second sentence tells that Li Zhi remembers it in his heart, and ends with "heart"; the third sentence tells that Li Zhi brought tools; the fourth sentence tells Li Zhixiu's stool. But the author only uses a period at the end of the paragraph, which makes the four sentences lose their independence, and the level of the whole paragraph is unclear.

(2) Too much use. The use of a period before a complete expression of meaning is used, destroying the integrity of the sentence. Such as:

14. In spring, the jujube tree stretches rough branches. It is covered with small leaves. A layer of fine sand on the leaves sparkles.

Example 14 In fact, it is a sentence, and it is enough to use a period at the end, but the author uses three periods, and the first two periods are interrupted connections within sentences.

(3) Mixed use. Sentences belonging to other moods use periods, which are mixed with other punctuation marks.

For example:

15. Is it Ami or celery. No, not at all.

16. Li Yong shouted at me: "Get out of the way." With a bang, the shelf collapsed.

Example 15 "Is it Ami or Cuiqin" is an interrogative tone and should use a question mark.

In Example 16, "get out of the way" is a command tone, and an exclamation mark should be used.

The period occupies one word position in the application and is written immediately after the previous text, and cannot be written independently at the beginning of a line.

In scientific articles, the period is replaced by a small dot (·) in order not to be confused with zero, and the position is still at the end of the sentence bottom right of a word.

Song with period:

a full stop at the end of a sentence,

tone Gentle and not high.

When reading, it should stop,

essay paragraph Don't forget.

(two) question mark

The question mark is the same as the period , indicating a pause after a sentence, but sentences with question marks must have a questioning tone. For example:

1. It's really annoying, why don't the fish catch my bait?

2. Little White Rabbit, where did your food come from?

3. Sister Xiaoyu, can you lend me your tail?

4. Ah, the peak is so high, above the clouds! Can I climb up?

Example 1 and Example 2 are all interrogative sentences, indicating that the speaker does not understand the matter and asks the other party to ask for an answer. This is the most basic use of the question mark. Example 3 is a question asking whether someone agrees to his request. Example 4: Seeing that the mountain is so high, I wondered if I could climb it, so I asked myself.

5. What other words could express all my feelings at this moment better than this simplest sentence?

6. If you don't work, you can't even feed a flower. Isn't this the truth?

7. Isn't this a great spectacle?

8. Have you ever seen such a prime minister?

These four sentences are not in doubt. Asking questions when there is no doubt is to strengthen the tone and emphasize what is being said. Example 5 emphasizes the power of "this simple word"—no other word can match it. Example 6 emphasizes that "if you don't work, you can't even feed a flower" is the truth. Example 7 emphasizes that the sunrise "is a great spectacle". Example 8 emphasizes that "I have never seen such a prime minister". This "ask without question" sentence is called a rhetorical question.

The answer to a rhetorical question is in the sentence. Asked with a positive meaning, the answer is no, example 5 and example 8 are like this; asked with a negative meaning, the answer is yes, example 6 and example 7 are like this.

9. Why doesn't the melon seedlings bloom? ...the melon seedlings are blooming to be pollinated. The island is far from the mainland and has no bees and no other insects. If watermelon flowers are not pollinated, of course they cannot bear melons.

10. Some people will say, isn't the universe very large, there are countless planets, when the earth's resources are exhausted, we Can't move to another planet?

Scientists have proven that there is no second planet suitable for human habitation, at least within the range of 40 trillion kilometers from the center of the earth, and humans cannot expect to destroy it. The earth will move to other planets later.

The two sentences in Example 9 and Example 10 are questioning sentences. The purpose of asking is to attract the attention and thinking of the reader or the hearer and increase the expressive effect. Example 9 is to elicit the reason for not fruiting melons. Example 10 is to illustrate that if the earth is destroyed, there is no place for human beings to live. Although it begins with "someone can say", it is actually the author who uses "someone can say" to ask a question and draws out the content that needs people's attention.

11. Have you thought about it? Without the support of the common people, would we be in this situation today? What can we eat and wear without the support of the masses?

Example 11 has three questions: the first sentence is a question, although it is a question, it is actually a question form to emphasize the content of one's speech; The second and third sentences are answered in the form of rhetorical questions: surely the army cannot be separated from the common

Doubtful questions, unquestionable rhetorical questions, and interrogative sentences are all interrogative. So use question marks.

Questions often contain interrogative words, such as "what", "even", "what", "how", "who" and so on.

also has questions without question words. Such as:

12. Has he gone?

13. Is Pan Guangwei fetching water for the teacher?

14. Li Ming?

These three examples are affirmative sentences if there is no question mark. Such sentences often appear in spoken language, but in written language, question marks can only be used to reflect the interrogative tone.

However, there are interrogative words, but not necessarily interrogative sentences. In spoken language, it can be judged by tone, but in writing it must be expressed accurately with punctuation.

For example:

15. The lead bird said, "Let's fly somewhere else! Tonight , the mountains here will collapse, the earth will be flooded, and I don’t know how many people will be drowned!”

16. It’s not interesting to live in one place all year round child thing.

"How much" in Example 15 and "What" in Example 16 are interrogative words, but these two sentences are not interrogative sentences, so no question mark is needed.

From the above example analysis, we can see that the question mark is a pause after the question. Whether it is a question, whether to use a question mark or not, depends on whether there is a question, whether to answer or solve it, whether it is a questioning tone. Questions are questioning, asking for answers or solutions, and the tone is questioning. Although the rhetorical question does not necessarily require an answer, it has a questioning tone, which strengthens the semantics by asking questions. Although the interrogative sentence does not require others to answer, it is put forward in the form of a question and answered by oneself.

The question mark is a sentence symbol, which is usually placed at the end of the whole sentence, otherwise it will cut off the connection of the sentence. For example:

17. Which sentences in the poem specifically describe waterfalls, and what did you capture to write them?

18. What's the matter with you, Sanna?

19. Do you go swimming today or Sunday?

Example 17 asks two questions. The second question is a continuation of the previous question, and the question mark is used at the end of the sentence. If you put a question mark at the end of the first sentence, it will cut off the connection before and after the sentence. Example 18 is a question sentence followed by a call (calling someone), it can become "Sanna, what's the matter with you?" In the sentence form of Example 18, a question mark cannot be added after the word "la", If so, it will also cut off the front and back links. Example 19 also raises two questions for "you" to choose. Only when they are combined can they constitute such a choice. If the question mark is added after "swimming", it will cut off the connection of "is it...or...", and it will constitute a choice. No choice.

The following are two sentences with inappropriate use of question marks:

20. Is this book reserved for Wang Hui? Mawei?

21. Who is not Wang Qing? you say.

The original meaning of Example 20 is "Ma Wei, is this book reserved for Wang Hui?" Because of the question mark after "Wang Hui's" I have the feeling of not knowing whether this book is reserved for Wang Hui or Ma Wei. The original meaning of Example 21 is "You said, who is not Wang Qing?" Since the question mark is used after "who", it turns one sentence into two sentences, and the meaning also changes with the change of the tone of the second sentence. In both cases, the question mark was used incorrectly, which cut off the connection between the meanings in the sentence, resulting in the incomprehensible words.

To sum up, the question mark is a sign of a sentence and a stop symbol at the end of a sentence, indicating the interrogative tone of the sentence.

Of course, our teacher grades the composition for the students, sometimes a large question mark is placed on a large paragraph of text, and sometimes a question mark is placed in a blank space to indicate that there is a problem there. This is a special case of question marks in use.

In the process of using punctuation marks, students may add question marks when they see questions. There may not be many mistakes, but there are three common misuses. draw attention.

(1) It is a question but forgot to add a question mark. This "forgetting" either makes the sentence nondescript or changes the tone. For example:

22. I really can't figure it out, it was the grandmother who accidentally bumped into Uncle Liu, why did Uncle Liu accompany her with gifts and was busy delivering She went to the hospital for examination.

23. He took the pen from his mother and asked, "I bought it for my brother." My mother shook her head.

Example 22 "I can't figure it out" is a question, and "why" is an interrogative word. The whole sentence is in a questioning tone, but a period is used at the end of the sentence to make the sentence change. It's nondescript and can't be read. The correct way is to put a question mark at the end of the text. The original intention of Example 23 is to ask my mother if this pen was bought for my brother, because it has no question words, and there is no question mark in the writing. meaning. The correct way is to replace the first period with a question mark.

(2) Improper location.

For example:

24. The donkey thought, should it eat the grass on the east side first? Or should I eat the pile of vegetables on the west side first?

25. Have you finished school? This little student.

Example 24 uses two question marks, so there are two questions. The word "is...or..." is a conjunction expressing choice, indicating that the two sentences are questions expressing choice, and the conjunction should not be split between the two sentences. Therefore, the first question mark should be replaced by a comma. Example 25, the author's original intention is "this little classmate, has school already finished?" After the sentence is inverted, the question mark should be moved to the end of the whole sentence. The author did not do this, but did not move the question mark, and added a period at the end of the sentence, so that the whole sentence became two, and they were not connected to each other.

(3) Although there are interrogative words, but there is no interrogative tone, they are not interrogative sentences, but some students also added question marks. For example:

26. Why did Wang Xiao get such good results? It's worth thinking about.

27. Everyone is thinking about how to go for the spring outing tomorrow? At this time, Xu Harvest came in and said, "Don't think about it, the spring outing is not going on."

The error in Example 25 is that when a question word is seen, a question mark is added. In fact, the whole example is a complete sentence, and there is a small pause before the "achievement". Before this pause, it is all the object of "think about it" and cannot be an independent question. Putting a question mark at this pause breaks the internal connection of the sentence. The question mark should be replaced with a comma or no sign at all. Example 27 Although there is a question word "how", "everyone is thinking about how to go on the spring outing tomorrow" is not in doubt at all, so there should be no question mark, but a comma.

The above three mistakes are hoped that students should pay attention to avoid them when using question marks.

The question mark occupies one word position in writing, and is written next to the previous text. It cannot be written independently at the beginning of a line.

Songs with question marks:

When in doubt, use a question mark,

Questions and rhetorical questions are also required.

When it reads the tone,

read See it to think about.

(3) Exclamation mark Exclamation mark, also known as exclamation mark, emotional mark, also called exclamation mark.

It means a pause after a sentence. Being able to use exclamation marks is one of the learning tasks in the second grade of primary school, and it is usually used more frequently. An exclamation mark can be used in sentences that express praise, joy, anger, surprise, and sentences that ask others to do or not to do something.

(1) Use an exclamation mark for sentences with strong emotions such as admiration and surprise.

For example:

1. The seabed is really a world with strange scenery and rich products!

2. I was so happy clapping my hands and shouting: "The dragonfly beat the plane! The dragonfly beat the plane!"

Examples 1 and 2 are sentences with strong emotions. Example 1 summarizes the scene and properties of the seabed after the article describes it, and praises the seabed for its "rich products" and "unique scenery", so an exclamation mark is used at the end of the sentence. Example 2 expresses the joy and pride that the kite is up and flying high, so an exclamation mark is used after each shouted sentence.

3. Look!

4. Ah!

5. Oh!

These three examples are all sentences composed of a simple interjection, all expressing strong emotions, so use an exclamation mark.

6. Fire!

7. Break it!

8. What a boy!

9. Since you are wrong, you should be the first to stretch out your hand to ask for forgiveness, and you should not raise a ruler to a friend who is nobler than you!

Examples 6 and 7 express surprise, Example 8 expresses admiration, and Example 9 expresses anger, all with exclamation marks. Otherwise, the expression effect cannot be achieved.

10. Sylio! are you uncomfortable?

11. "Old monitor! Old monitor!" we cried.

In Example 10 and Example 11, the words with strong emotion should be independent sentences with exclamation marks.

(2) Rhetorical questions that express strong feelings can also use exclamation marks. For example:

12. Little devil, what kind of march are you! In this way, we will not be able to reach northern Shaanxi in three years!

In Example 12, "What kind of march are you!" is a rhetorical question. Because of strong emotions, an exclamation mark is used instead of a question mark.

(3) It means asking others to do or not to do, that is, sentences with the tone of command, request, hope, prohibition, etc., use an exclamation mark. For example:

13. "Comrades, hit the grenade!" ("Dong Cunrui's death to bomb the dark fort" in the ninth volume of "Chinese" in elementary school)

14. "Company commander, I'll cover!" (ibid.)

15. "Please buy it now! Sir, I'm so hungry!" (Little Sandy, Volume 7 of "Language" in primary school)

16. Ming people don't do secret things, and doing secret things is not a hero. Don't do bad things! (Six-year primary school textbook Chinese Volume 7 "Nianguan")

Example 13 is the battle order issued by the company commander, Example 14 and Example 15 indicate request, request, Example 16 The end is forbidden. So use exclamation marks.

(4) Used to highlight a certain sound. For example:

17. Boom! The enemy's firepower collapsed in half, and Huang Jiguang fainted. (The seventh volume of Primary School "Chinese", "Huang Jiguang")

The "bang" in this example is the sound of Huang Jiguang's grenade blasting the enemy's dark fort. Of course, this sound also brought surprises to the comrades, but the main function of the exclamation point here is to highlight the sound of the explosion. AgainSuch as:

18. Suddenly, the plane "wow ─ ─ teng!" fell and rose again, the jump is probably two or three hundred feet. (Shi Ming's "Flying on the Plateau")

The exclamation mark in Example 18 marks the sound of the plane swaying, pitching and jumping in the harsh air current.

(5) Used to call out, highlight the high-pitched and strong voice. For example:

19. Go! Avenge Huang Jiguang! (The seventh volume of "Chinese" in primary schools "Huang Jiguang")

20. Comrades, for the new China, rush! (The ninth volume of "Chinese" in elementary school "Dong Cunrui sacrificed himself to bomb the dark fort")

21. Revenge for Comrade Qiu Shaoyun! (The eleventh volume of Primary School "Chinese", "My Comrade Qiu Shaoyun")

The above three cases are all slogans. Example 19 and Example 21 describe the heroism of the soldiers when they charged. 's shout. Example 20 describes the high-pitched shout made by Comrade Dong Cunrui to his comrades after he lifted the explosive pack.

When using an exclamation mark, you should pay attention to the following situations:

(1) Whether or not to use an exclamation mark depends on whether the sentence expresses strong emotions , is there any command, request, etc., if not, you can not use it.

For example:

22. People who travel to Maling Mountain say that Sanxian Cave is a holy place!

23. Ah! dear mother! You really care about your daughter! Your daughter must listen to you too!

The exclamation mark in Example 22 should be replaced by a period. The first two exclamation marks in Example 23 can be replaced by commas.

The intensity and blandness of the emotion of the article are expressed by words. Punctuation only plays an auxiliary role in the expression, and it does not carry any emotion. Some people think that their articles are full of strong emotions, so every sentence is followed by an exclamation mark. This is wrong. The whole article is full of exclamation marks and there is no exclamation mark in the whole article. There are no ups and downs, and there is no emotion at all. Poetry is the most emotional form of literature. "Whether the thoughts and feelings of poetry can be fully expressed mainly depends on the verse itself, and does not need to rely too much on punctuation."

(2) For inverted sentences like "It's beautiful, our campus", the exclamation mark should be placed at the end of the sentence.

For example:

24. Sing freely, for our motherland!

25. So funny, my little brother!

26. Can't go, kids!

Example 24 is an inversion sentence for "For the sake of our motherland, let's sing indulgently", Example 25 is an inversion sentence for "My little brother is so funny", for example 26 is an inversion of "Children, can't go". Example 26 represents discouragement. Why can't the exclamation mark be used in the middle of an inverted sentence? Let's talk about 24 as an example.

Example 24 is intended to express the love for the motherland, and the expression of this emotion is completed by the whole sentence. The exclamation mark is also a sentence mark. It not only functions to express emotions, but also marks sentences. If an exclamation mark is placed in the middle of Example 24, then the sentence will be divided into two. When you read it, many exclamations are not as good as one exclamation. This kind of sentence, whether it is in reverse or in front row, the eruption of emotion should be completed once at the end of the sentence. If the exclamation mark at the end of the sentence in Example 24 is moved forward, and the sentence is punctuated with a period, the effect of expression will be even worse. Not only does the exclamation mark cut off the internal connection of the original sentence, but also due to the change of intonation (the sentence with a full stop has a lighter tone), the emotional expression of the sentence becomes anticlimactic and feeble.

Let's take another look at "The Poor"

The burly fisherman drags the wet torn fishing net , walked in and said, "Hey, I'm back, Sana!"

"I'm back"Come on, Sanna" is the inversion of "Sanna, I'm back", and it is a post-phrase call. The fisherman expressed a lot of emotion in this sentence, because he was safe from the dangerous wind and waves for himself. He was fortunate to be back, and comforted Sana—he knew that Sana was worried about himself, and expressed a kind of love between husband and wife. Just imagine, if an exclamation mark is added after "I'm back", then the sentence can only express "I'm glad".

(3) No matter how strong the emotion is, the exclamation mark cannot be inserted into the sentence to destroy the integrity of the sentence. For example:

27. Our great socialist motherland! More prosperous and strong!

28. Sing! Sing! Dance! Dance!

The first exclamation mark in Example 27 is used improperly. It cuts off the context and destroys the integrity of the sentence. Therefore, the intra-sentence pause symbol—comma should be used instead. The first exclamation mark in Example 28 And the third exclamation mark should also be replaced by a comma. You can refer to the analysis of Example 24 to help understand.

(4) The slogan does not necessarily use exclamation marks. In order to promote the policy , develop habits, and sometimes write slogans on the wall. Slogan slogans should use exclamation marks, and non-slogan slogans such as introducing policies do not need to use exclamation marks.

Exclamation marks are in use It occupies a position in the middle of the sentence, and is written immediately after the sentence, and should not be written independently at the beginning of a line.

Song with an exclamation mark:

Strong emotional sentences and paragraphs,

where exclamation marks often appear.

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