National Punctuation Day (9/24)

National Punctuation Day, established in 2004 by journalist Jeff Rubin, is a day to recognize one of the most underappreciated and most inappropriately used aspects of language: punctuation.

In honor of National Punctuation Day, the Huffington Post created a punctuation quiz. Click here to test your knowledge.


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