How to Use Quotation Marks

When I was in high school, I was a big fan of using punctuation marks to write words, like “I am so glad I did this.”

However, I think this practice has a downside: When I use them to type, I end up having to type more words than I should, and this can be a time-sucking distraction.

To fix this, you need to figure out how to make the punctuation mark less of a distraction.

For example, you could use an asterisk to indicate a blank line, or a semicolon to indicate the end of a sentence.

You could also add a comma to indicate “that’s all.”

To make it easier to use punctuation, I’m going to teach you how to use a simple and effective punctuation technique.

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