What kind of punctuation marks you use to test your personality
Psychologists from Columbia University have found through many research and experimental reports that each person habitually uses a certain punctuation mark in the process of chatting and typing, which can reflect a person's personality characteristics. Here are five punctuation habits analyzed by psychologists at Columbia University:
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1. People who like to use tend to think too much; 2. People who like to use are decisive and neat.
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3. People who like to use are mostly pacifists and are willing to help others. 4. People who like to use are lack of determination and love to follow the trend
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5. People who like to use it have a more flamboyant personality! Do you like to use god horse punctuation in chatting?
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Use of punctuation marks in primary schools
There are two types of punctuation: period and label. The dots mainly indicate various pauses in the sentence, and some also express the tone; the marks indicate the nature and function of the words or sentences. This article summarizes the usage of punctuation marks in primary schools. 1.
Period: Indicates a pause at the end of a declarative sentence or a pause at the end of a soothing imperative or exclamatory sentence. (Example: ① Hundred flowers in spring brought a strong fragrance. ② Please say it again. ③ Who doesn't know that he did this.)
Question mark: Indicates a pause at the end of an interrogative sentence. (Example: ①Where did you come from? ②The insects on the leaves still need to be treated?) 3.
Exclamation mark: It means the pause at the end of an exclamatory sentence and the pause at the end of a strong imperative sentence and a rhetorical question. (Example: ①What a peaceful field! ②There is nothing in the world that does not contain contradictions! ③Stand up!) 4.
Comma: Indicates a general pause in the middle of a sentence. (Example: Feng Zikai, formerly known as Fengrun, also known as Fengren, is a famous modern painter, writer, artist and music educator in China.)
Comma: Indicates a pause between coordinating words within a sentence. (Example: cows are full of treasures, meat can be eaten, milk can be drunk, liver, spleen, bones, and nose can be made.) 6.
Semicolon: Indicates the space between the coordinating clauses in a compound sentence Pause, has the function of distinguishing the level of clauses. Where a comma cannot clearly express a level in a complex sentence, a semicolon is used. (Example: He is tall and tall; his complexion is pale, with scars between his wrinkles; he has a matted gray beard on his chin.)
Colon: Indicates a pause after a prompting utterance or before a general utterance, and is also commonly used after the salutation of letters and speeches. (Example: The vegetable field is full of vegetables: spinach, celery, leek, cucumber, etc. There are so many varieties!) 8.
dash: (1) It means explanation. (Example: Papermaking, printing, compass, and fire, the four great inventions of ancient my country, made great contributions to the development of world history.) (2) Use a dash before and after the words inserted in the text.
(Example: I didn't know what this so-called yin was at the time, and I don't know now. I just felt like a puppy and was fierce for no reason.) (3) It means the interruption of speech, pause and extend. (Example: The tuk-tuk train has entered the station.) (4) Used before the subtitle of the article. (5) Indicates the conversion and turning point of meaning. (Example: It's so cold today, when are you going back to Beijing? Fangfang said to Tai Lei, who had just entered the door.) (6) Progressive semantics. (Example: naturally read, read, memorize and memorize.)
(7) indicates the enumeration of matters. 9. Brackets: Indicates that the text is annotative, it can also be used outside the sequence language. 10.
Ellipsis: (1) Indicates words omitted in the text. (Example: The moon is bright, the wind is quiet, and the leaves cover the window lattices) (2) It means silence, interruption of speech, pauses in speech, etc. (Example: She said hesitantly: Just, I am afraid that my classmates will) (3) The omission of enumeration or ordinal number. (Example: The animals in the forest, wild boars, deer, and zebras all ran away when they saw a tiger.)
(4) Talking intermittently. (Example: He said in a weak voice: You must study the future hard) 11.
Book Title: used to indicate the names of books, chapters, newspapers, plays, songs, etc. 12.
Quotation marks: The quotation marks are divided into double quotation marks and single quotation marks, and the quotation marks within the quotation marks are single quotation marks. Its usage mainly has the following three kinds: (1) Indicates the words directly quoted in the text. (Example: Okay, come down! The teacher shouted.) (2) Use quotation marks for the object or important and specific words that need to be discussed first.
(Example: ① The stock market has its own jargon: if the stock price rises, it is called a bull market, because the bull’s eyes always look upward; on the contrary, it is called a bear market, because the bear’s eyes always look down. ② Zhan Tianyou designed a Herringbone railway.) (3) Expressing sarcasm or negation. (Example: only beg for freedom if you are afraid of death.) 13.
Connector: It means to connect words with closely related meanings as a whole. (Example: The express train from Beijing to Guangzhou is about to leave.) 14.
Spacer: It indicates the interval or demarcation, used in months and dates, transliterated first and last names, book and chapter titles, words and tags ( music cards) and word titles, etc. 15.