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PUNCT: punctuation


Punctuation marks are non-alphabetical characters and character groups used to delimit linguistic units in printed text. They can consist of a sequence of symbols, such as a question mark followed by an exclamation mark (?!), an exclamation mark followed by two full stops (!..) and ellipsis (…) and appear: a) in abbreviations (ა.შ. ‘etc.’, ე.ი. ‘i.e.’, etc.) and b) in numeric expressions (1.2, 0,5, etc.).

Corresponding language-specific part-of-speech tags

F: Punctuation marks


Period: . Comma: , Parentheses: (, )

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