Punctuation is special marks that are placed in a text to show the divisions between phrases and sentences, or the use of these marks.  

Capital letter a letter of the alphabet in the form and larger size that is used at the beginning of a sentence and for proper nouns.

For example:

- It is raining. Aiyman and Ammar cannot go out to play.

The man was hungry. He said “Do you have any sandwiches?”

David is going to Brazil to learn Portuguese.

1.2    FULL STOP

Full stop [ . ] is used in writing at the end of a sentence or at the end of the short form of a word.

For example:

- I went to school early this morning.

- Jane thinks that I drink too much coffee.

- United States of America is abbreviated U.S.A.


Question mark [ ? ]: used at the end of an asking sentence.

For example: 

- What is your name?

- How old are you?

- Where is the bathroom?


Exclamation mark [ ! ]: used to show surprise or for greetings.

For example:

- Hello!

- You are amazing!

- I won the race!

1.5   COMMA

Comma [ , ]: used to separate words in a list.

For example:

- Mother bought vegetables, fruit, fish and meat.

- We were out of milk, so I went to the store.

- Grabbing her purse, Emily raced out of the house. Confused by her sister’s sudden change in mood, April stayed quiet.