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Punctuation, is - a complete nightmare: to get right.

When to use a colon and when to use a semicolon? And when exactly should one use a comma?

Fortunately, The Visual Communication Guy has come up with this incredibly handy visual guide to help you use punctuation correctly. Fifteen elements are listed, in order of increasing difficulty of use.

Up your grammar game and get these learnt by heart; just click on the image below to see a full size version.

(Image: The Visual Communication Guy)

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