Analysis of the proposal start by explaining why at the end of the selected one or another punctuation mark (period, exclamation point, question mark, ellipsis, etc.). It is necessary to define the purpose statements in the proposal and its emotional coloring.
If the offer contains a complete message, it is narrative. If something is asked, the sentence is a question, but if there is a call to action – a request or an order – it incentive. Exclamation intonation require the production of an exclamation mark. When it is interrupted by a pause or there is innuendo, then put an ellipsis.
Next, determine what is the structure of the sentence – simple or complex. If the sentence is complex, figure out how many parts it consists and what is the relationship between them – coordinating, subordinating, Federal or asyndetic. This way you will be able to explain the reason for the choice of characters that are shared by all these parts.
Examine the functions of punctuation in a simple sentence or characters in each of the parts of a complex sentence in turn. Locate and explain distinguishing and separating marks in the sentence or its parts.
Secreting, excretory or characters (comma, dash, colon, double signs, parentheses, quotation marks) are used to highlight components that complicate a simple sentence. This introductory words, phrases and sentences, appeals, homogeneous parts of the sentence, separate the definitions or applications, circumstances and add-ons, the qualifying and explanatory sentence.
Separating, or dividing characters used for the separation of homogeneous parts of the sentence in a simple design or dividing the simple sentences into complex (comma, semicolon, dash, colon).
In that case, if there is direct speech, find and highlight the author's words and, in fact, the very direct speech, which can be in any position before the words of the author, after them, or break them. Remember that if direct speech is the words of the author, or after them, placed four punctuation (display design direct speech). If the direct speech is interrupted by the words of the author, to observe the "law of seven" i.e. seven punctuation marks in the display of direct speech.
To facilitate the analysis of the punctuation of sentences, run it punkorama graphically. If your offer is somewhat pantogram, explain each of them separately.
Emphasize grammar basics, scroll to the homogeneous members of the sentence. Draw a diagram of the proposal, making a graphical indication of the places where you need to put punctuation.