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44. Punctuation 。、「」

Punctuation is, in many ways, similar to English. You have a comma, called a てん and a period at the end of a sentence called a まる.

Let’s quickly go over some common punctuation:

The まる acts just like our period by ending the sentence. It looks like
a ball – maru
The てん acts like a comma. This is often found after は as in わたしは、あなたが好きです。 (I, like you)

and 」
These brackets hold quotations and work like our “” marks

100 GRAMMAR POINTS

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