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Grammatically speaking, should one place two spaces or one following a mark of punctuation?


 

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    Nicholas Nelson (Unabridged) 4 years ago

    This rule or principle of grammar almost never fails to evoke some debate and controversy among grammar elitists and liberals. Thank you for your answer. All of you.


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    Cristina (Stina Caxe) 4 years ago

    This is the only way I have ever learned to do it.

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    Diana L Pierce (Diana Lee) 4 years ago

    I assume we are talking about the punctuation at the end of the sentence. One space is for those within a sentence.

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