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Golden Rules of Pronunciation: 19th Century Victorian Poem

Sentences begin with a capital letter, so as to make your writing better.
Use a full stop to mark the end, it closes every sentence penned.
The comma is for short pauses and breaks, and also for lists the writer makes.
Dashes - like these - are for thoughts by the way, they give extra information (so do brackets we might say).
These two dots are colons: they pause to compare, they also do this: list, explain and prepare.
The semicolon makes a break; followed by a clause. It does the job of words that link; it's also a short pause.
An apostrophe shows the owner of anyone's things, and it's also useful for shortenings.
I'm so glad! He's so mad! We're having such a lark! To show strong feelings use an exclamation mark!
A question mark follows What? When? Where? Why? and How? Do you? Can I? Shall we? Give us your answer now!
Quotation marks enclose what is said, which is why they're sometimes called "speech marks" instead.

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