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Punctuation Day- 24 September

The National Punctuation Day is a day that falls every year on September 24 in the United States. Jeff Rubin founded the day in 2004 to promote the correct use of punctuation.
Punctuation errors can affect the entire meaning of the sentence. Failure to use punctuation will make the text unintelligible and tiring. For punctuation, do not forget to put a period at the end of a sentence, a comma at recess, an exclamation mark at the end of a question, quotation marks at the beginning and end of a quote, etc. Otherwise, the whole sentence you have written can be understood differently.

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