Exercise # Punctuation Marks

Exercise # Punctuation Marks

Given below are sentences with no punctuation marks. Punctuate them properly, using different punctuation marks.

  1. Alexander the conqueror of the world began to weep.
  2. We should be devout and humble cheerful and serene.
  3. Ali received a watch Avinash a book
  4. Men may come and men may go but I go on forever.
  5. Exactly so said Anmol.
  6. If my husband were alive but why lament past
  7. The lord he is the god
  8. Add two 4s and three 5s.
  9. Her court was pure her life serene
  10. The three great books are the Ramayana the Mahabharata and the Gita.
  11. O father I heard the sound of a revolver



ANSWERS

  1. Alexander, the conqueror of the world, began to weep.
  2. We should be devout and humble, cheerful and serene.
  3. Ali received a watch; Avinash, a book.
  4. Men may come, and men may go, but I go on forever.
  5. “Exactly so”, said Anmol.
  6. If my husband were alive– but why lament past?
  7. The Lord, He is the God.
  8. Add two 4’s and three 5’s.
  9. Her court was pure; her life serene;
  10. The three great books are :the Ramayana, the Mahabharata and the Gita.
  11. O father! I heard the sound of a revolver.

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