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Everyone gets excited sometimes. You won the spelling bee! Your mom made sundaes! Those are appropriate times for an exclamation point. But for most sentences, you'll want to use the simple, classic period. Otherwise, people might think you are yelling at them for no reason. Not exactly how you want to treat your readers.

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