Exclamation point position in a sentence


I like the exclamation point removed a space it looks cleaner and less jammed even if it is incorrect grammar. I believe this or a question mark is a space apart from the question posed.  In any event I do it for the same reason there as well.


Cheers !



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As you yourself note, this is incorrect. There is no space before a question or exclamation mark in English!

link comment answered Feb 17 at 08:12 Jed Grammarly Fellow

I believe this is called willful ignorance. You understand it's incorrect, but you do it anyway.

link comment answered Feb 17 at 12:24 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow

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