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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #20934: Punctuation
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    Punctuation


    1. Jogging is a very popular sport .

    2. ' Tell him to come in and shut the door '

    3. As far as I am concerned , I like music very much.

    4. I wish you could have joined us : the show was great.

    5. I am alone ; my wife left me.

    6. John thought and thought ... and then thought some more.

    7. Why does this song make you cry ?

    8. Marc is a blue - eyed man.

    9. William Shakespeare ( 1564-1616 ) is a famous English poet and playwright.

    10. Arithmetic:    A = 10 - [ 5 + 2 ( 3 - 1 ) ] = 1  


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