Grammar - Less common punctuation marks 7
Less common punctuation marks 7
This is a stroke or forward slash. It is used to tell us that we have a
choice to make, or it can tell us that we are reading lines of poetry. The
slash can be used to separate lines of a poem.
Twinkle, twinkle, little star/How I wonder what you are./Up above the
world so high,/Like a diamond in the sky.
Fresh made sandwiches. Choice of filling:
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