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    #1

    Only God is everywhere.

    Hi teachers,

    What's the difference between these two and can I place an exclamation mark in place of full-stop?
    God alone is everywhere.
    Only God is everywhere.



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    #2

    Re: Only God is everywhere.

    There is no appreciable difference between them. Why do you think an exclamation mark would be appropriate?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Only God is everywhere.

    Thank you.

    Just to put emphasis.
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    Re: Only God is everywhere.

    Many people overuse exclamation marks so they end up not carrying much emphasis. I don't see the need to put one here- it's a view that is commonplace in many religions and often stated. No one is going to be surprised or shocked by the claim, so I don't see the need for an exclamation mark here.

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