Punctuation Marks

Punctuation Marks

Update: 2022-11-08
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There was a time when languages had no punctuation. Not only did they not have punctuation, but they also didn’t even have spaces between words, and in some cases, they didn’t even use vowels. 

It was extremely confusing if you were trying to read something, so eventually, people began inserting marks and characters into text to make it easier to read. 

Learn more about punctuation marks and how and why they were developed on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.


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