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Full Stop Punctuation is a training aid to help you learn when to use a full stop and when not to use one. I created Full Stop Punctuation earlier this year to help me learn the difference between full stop punctuation and semi-colon punctuation.

I found that I was using too many full stops. I also found that if I knew what tense I was writing in, it helped me decide if I needed a full stop or not. So, I created Full Stop Punctuation, which has a full stop in a box and a semi-colon in a box.

You can read more about Full Stop Punctuation here.

Full Stop Punctuation is available on my website here.

What is Full Stop Punctuation Level 2?

I have created a second set of Full Stop Punctuation with the same principle as the first set. The difference is that the second set has more examples of full stop punctuation and semi-colon punctuation in a variety of tenses.

Full Stop Punctuation Level 2 is available on my website here.

Why Would I Need Full Stop Punctuation?

If you have been unsure about when to use a full stop or a semi-colon, then Full Stop Punctuation will definitely help you. You can use Full Stop Punctuation Level 1 to learn the difference between full stop punctuation and semi-colon punctuation.

Once you have mastered the first set, then you can move on to Full Stop Punctuation Level 2, which has a wider variety of full stops and semi-colons.

How Do I Use Full Stop Punctuation?

First, decide what tense you are writing in and what mood you are writing in

Second, decide if the sentence you are writing needs a full stop or a semi-colon.

If you are writing in first person past tense, then you have the choice of whether to use a full stop or a semi-colon.

If you are writing in first person present tense, then you should use a semi-colon.

If you are writing in third person past tense, then you should use a full stop.

If you are writing in third person present tense or future tense, then you should use a semi-colon.

Does Full Stop Punctuation Work?

Yes, it does.

I have been using Full Stop Punctuation to help me learn full stop and semi-colon punctuation. I find the boxes are a great way of visualising the difference between a full stop and a semi-colon.

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