My daughter's homework comprised two sentences which she was to punctuate in order to give different results. They were;
A woman without her man is hopeless
Pardon impossible. To be sent to Siberia
(apparently written by Tzar Alexander III as a death sentence)
Can you do it?
A woman: without her, man is useless
Pardon. Impossible to be sent to Siberia.
Most of the users of this forum enjoy getting the best and most efficient use out of the tools in their garage; why not take the same approach to the tool of language?