Managing the Punctuation Jungle is a very novel way to help people understand the number of punctuation marks we use in the English language. That number is, we are told, fourteen. The infographic used is very appropriate. Especially for beginning learners and people who need a little brush up on punctuation use. If you keep this cheat sheet near you, you will never have to ask yourself, “Is this a colon or a semicolon?” Or, “What on earth is an ellipsis?” You will be able to follow the Punctuation Jungle, until it is not a jungle at all. Just a well learned part of your everyday English language. It wouldn’t hurt any one of us to keep this wonderful study guide next to our desk. After years away from school our punctuation skills may be rusty enough to need a little help out of the Punctuation Jungle.
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