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  1. Francis
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    punctuation

    Hello teachers,
    I am new here. I'd like to know which of the following sentence is correct:

    Look out!. A car is coming! or

    Look out! A car is coming. or

    Look out, a car is coming!

    Which one is correct?

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    Either the first or the second is correct. However, since you clearly have two separate sentences, the third one is not correct. Also, since you deinitely have two exclamations, I would only use the first one.

    (Say: "Which of the following sentences is correct?")

    :)

  3. Francis
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    Thank you very much!

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    You're quite welcome. :D

    Welcome to our forum!



    (I probably should have said Both one and two are correct.)

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