A capital letter is used:
* to begin a sentence;
e.g. The dictionary is heavy.
* for the first letter or proper nouns;
e.g. Pei Yan is staying in Taman Miharja.
* for the pronoun ‘I’；
e.g. My father and I are going to the restaurant.
A full stop is used at the end of a sentence.
e.g. Bring your umbrella. It might rain later.
A question mark is used at the end of a question.
e.g. Why are you late?
A comma is used to separate words in a list.
I need a cardboard, a pair of scissors and a marker.
An exclamation mark is used to express strong feelings.
e.g. Ouch! That hurts!
An apostrophe is used:
* to show possession;
e.g. That is the baby’s milk bottle.
* in a short form.
e.g. She’s getting married next month.