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Boundaries — Quick example

A quick example of an SAT Boundaries question. Punctuation adds structure to a sentence and makes the meaning of each part of the sentence clear. This Boundaries question asks us whether a question mark or a period is needed at the end of the sentence, and how to construct the sentence accordingly. Check out the Boundaries overview article for other punctuation rules that you might encounter in these questions.  Created by Jessica Hendel.

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