It is no coincidence that punctuation marks were invented around the same time as writing devices. Originally, the marks had a very different purpose: to indicate whether a word ended. The periods indicated the end of a sentence. The question marks and exclamation marks were meant to indicate a question or an exclamation. And the commas were used for separating one group of words or phrases from another.
Other languages have their own markings to indicate the end of phrases, clauses, and sentences, and even paragraphs. The English have our own marks that haven't changed since the advent of writing. The dots at the end of a sentence is just not the same as a period, and these punctuation marks carry different connotations. And while we're talking about connotation, let's take a look at the difference between the question mark and exclamation mark.
Enter the comma the night that the Greeks invented writing. The comma came to mean punctuation. The fact that our modern punctuation marks originated from an arbitrary dot that represented a word boundary isn't a good reason to keep them. And we can eliminate the hyphen while we're at it.
The relationship between Collette and her young would-be robber, played with astonishing vibrancy and realism by a terrific young actor named Carl Theodor Dreyer, is a fascinating one, and about half of the movie is devoted to it. Collette's son, a young man who is fascinated by his mother's life, roams around the house with her, and it's a funny, sad, touching, insightful, and, for the most part, perfect scene.
You can call up an upside-down question mark by accessing the traditional question mark, usually located under the 123 button on your mobile keyboard. Simply hold the question mark down and a little bubble will pop up with the upside down version that you can then select to insert into your text.
I am running a PC with Windows 7 and Adobe Photoshop CS6. I am wondering how to end the trial period and convert to a full copy of Photoshop CS6. I tried closing down Photoshop, which produced a message telling me to return the disk. I did that, but the same message returned. How can I end this?
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