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What mark of punctuation is most closely associated with
interjections

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  1. i would say a question mark not just because they look similar but they can be used the same way like DUDE? or DUDE! see its probably right look it up if ur not sure

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  2. That is an exclamation point!!!!!!!!!

    It could be, however, commas. If that is what you mean by an interjection.

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