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    Two-faced people! I hate you.

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    Two-faced people! I hate you. Is my punctuation correct?
    Two-faced people, I hate you! What is difference between these two different punctuation? Can I use "two-sided people"? I think we can't use "two-sided people" because I searched before posting here.

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    Re: Two-faced people! I hate you.

    Quote Originally Posted by Untaught88 View Post
    Hi,

    Two-faced people! I hate you.
    Two-faced people, I hate you!
    You would, in speech, use more emotion in the phrase that ends in an exclamation mark. Otherwise, they are the same.

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