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    Punctuation Punctuation Making Sense of Writing Making Sense of Writing
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Capital Letters We need these to begin a new sentence. For proper nouns which are the names of people,  places, book and film titles. Can you think of any proper nouns which need a  capital letter?
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Proper Nouns J enny, who lived in  K ing  S treet,  M anchester, had  a pet frog who liked to jump in the air.  S he wrote  a book about it called  T he  L eaping  F rog.                 
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Why do we need full stops? Full stops  are needed to divide up sentences so  that we know where to pause . They are used when we have finished saying one  thing, and we are going on to say something else .
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Can you spot where we need full  stops? Sean was eating a large pizza    he was getting fed  up with it    he decided to give the rest to the dog    the dog was happy         
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