To revise your punctuation, check apostrophes, place quotes in the correct location, and hyphenate compound adjectives. Also, you should know the difference between a colon and semi-colon. Use commas in a list or after a conjunction. If unaware of the rules, rewrite the sentence or check a grammar stylebook.
Punctuation marks require knowledge of their corresponding rules that are often neglected. Apostrophes form possessives and contractions, showing ownership and the fusion of two separate words respectively. Parentheses contain parts of the sentence that are not essential to its meaning. Hyphens are used for adjectives that are made of more than one word (i.e. six-page document). A specific guide containing these tips and further uses for punctuation can be found at Thepunctuationguide.com.