An Exclamation Mark in the Middle of a Sentence

The Free Cozy Grammar Newsletter with Marie Rackham and Thomas Hitoshi Pruiksma

An exclamation mark in the middle of a sentence? What's that?

In this excerpt from The Basic Cozy Punctuation Course, Marie introduces how to use exclamation marks WITHIN a sentence.

Take a peek!

Two Special Announcements!

I'm delighted to announce that we're now able to offer Cozy Grammar's Complete Curriculum at Pay From the Heart Pricing.

This fulfills a vision and hope that Cozy Grammar's co-founders Marie Rackham and David Mielke had when they began Cozy Grammar more than 20 years ago. Learn more on our Complete Curriculum page.

We're also delighted to announce that the revised and expanded Intermediate Cozy Grammar Course, Level Two, has just been released.

Here's a still from The Intermediate Cozy Grammar Course, Level Two with an example of a particularly long prepositional phrase:

"The kitchen of my cozy writing yurt has been filling with the heavenly smell of Marie's deliciously enticing chocolate zucchini cake."

Thank You!

We're glad you stopped by!

Don't hesitate to reach out to us if you have any questions. We're always glad to help.

Click here to contact Cozy Grammar.

I hope this finds you and your family healthy and happy.

Thomas Hitoshi Pruiksma



Marie's Language Consultant
The Cozy Grammar Series of Courses