Punctuation is important because it helps to make the author’s meaning clear. Even a relatively simple sentence can convey an unintended meaning if appropriate punctuation is not used. As an illustration, consider the following two sentences: This child was not included in the sample, because his intelligence was well above average. This child was not included in the sample because his intelligence was well above average.
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