Period Rules

Define Period
<noun>
  • A punctuation mark represented by: .
  • Used to indicate the completion of a sentence, a command, an indirect question or an abbreviation
Rule 1
  • At the end of a sentence
    • example:  He likes to read.
Rule 2
  • At the end of a command
    • example:  Go over there now.
Rule 3
  • At the end of an indirect question
    • example:  She asked the teacher to explain what a syllable is.
Rule 4
  • At the end of an abbreviation
    • exampleDr. is another way to write doctor.

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Fun Fact
Lollipop is typed using only
the right hand.

Examples

  • She likes to write.
  • They like to draw.
  • Jill likes her book.
  • The bird's feathers are pretty.
  • Mr. is another way to write mister.
  • Feb. is another way to write February.
  • St. is another way to write street.
  • Ave. is another way to write avenue.
  • Sit down.
  • Come here.
  • Talk to her.
  • Finish your food.
  • The teacher asked her if she finished her homework.
  • She asked the teacher a question.
  • He asked her if she wanted to see a movie.
  • They asked John which games he likes to play.
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