Exclamation Point leads the way enthusiastically, while lagging Question Mark considers queries: "Do you think everyone will be nice?" Though the explanations can feel repetitious, Gard and Sonke deliver a punctuation primer disguised by an upbeat story and plentiful wordplay. Throughout the trip, they point out proper, plural, irregular, and collective nouns, and the rules associated with them ("proper nouns… always begin with a capital letter"; "nouns that become plural in an unusual way are called irregular nouns"). [Extracted from the article]
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