English grammar rule Wrong apostrophe

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Punctuation marks have set rules. One example is that you can’t use a comma followed by a semicolon. You can’t put two commas together, either. Here are some examples of proper punctuation to study.

Examples of 'Wrong apostrophe' rule
  1. Correct “No,” said Sarah, “I did not pick up the milk.”
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    Correct Wow! You did a great job decorating!
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