Exclamation points (or exclamation marks as they are known in some parts of the English-speaking world) are rather controversial. For many English-language purists, the exclamation point is something almost unnecessary, and something that is really only to be used in very specific circumstances. “I have to leave now. Goodbye.” The man left, and was half-way […]
Also known as exclamation points, an exclamation mark is used to punctuate sentences. Placed at the end of a sentence, it is not as commonly used as periods or question marks. As they are not many rules regarding exclamation marks, it is quite easy to use.