Can You Put A Period After A Punctuation Mark?

I’m writing an essay.
“government makes money off of cigarette sales, in another way, you could say that they make money off of people’s future death!. People lose family members and friends to tobacco smoking, this is something that could be prevented if people would step up for what’s right, and protest against cigarette smoking.”
After “…money off of peoples future death!.” Since it moves on to a new sentence, there should be a period, right?

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5 Responses to “Can You Put A Period After A Punctuation Mark?”

  1. Amber says:

    No you can not. one punctuation mark ends the sentence , whether it be an exclamation mark, question mark etc.

  2. Sheridan says:

    No! the exclamation mark ends the sentence already. you dont need double punctuation.

  3. Disa says:

    No, the dot under the exclamation-mark is the period.

  4. Harry says:

    ! is used instead of .

  5. Ringking says:

    No. Question marks and Exclamation marks can also end sentences, they dont need a full stop after them (if you look at them, you’ll notice that both already incorporate a full stop in the design of the character).

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