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Hi Liam, there are several ways to use punctuation to emphasise different aspects in writing. For instance: 1. Stop. The use of the full stop after one word can catch a reader off guard, cause them to pause, or to feel the full effect of what’s being discussed in a text, and can catch the reader’s attention. 2. “No! I mean it, son! I. Said. No!” The exclamation mark expresses strong emotions, such as frustration, fear, or anger. It can also communicate a sense of urgency. 3. Thomas - my little brother - ran towards me when he saw me at the school gate. You can also use a pair of dashes to expand on a point mid-sentence; or to split up extra information. I hope this clarifies a few things for you. There are websites that can explain punctuation uses well. Just search ‘what is punctuation used for?’
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