Using Punctuation To Set Off Elements Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: L.6.2.A

Core Standard

We use punctuation to separate characters and words to help our sentences make more sense. In affect punctuating our sentences makes them easier to read. Some forms of punctuation do slightly change how we read things aloud and the expression we give off. An exclamation mark makes you exacerbate the tone you use on a sentence. A question mark leaves you waiting for an answer when you say it aloud. There are also forms of punctuation with the sole purpose of making things easier to read or get more thoughts into a sentence. These include commas, dashes and parentheses. These worksheets will have you work with these parenthetical elements.









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