Zander has developed an interest in punctuation these days. Yup, I said punctuation. And you know what, a lot like the song "Infinity" mentioned here, some of this stuff is hard to explain to an almost four-year-old.
He knows to pause at commas (which he sometimes calls "comets"). Initially, we failed to explain apostrophes which, when you think about it, look exactly like commas, only higher up. But who explains apostrophes to a preschooler? So, he was pausing whenever he saw an apostrophe.
Brad once told Z that an exclamation point is an indicator that the sentence was extra important. This has translated into Zander actually YELLING the word, sometimes the entire sentence, that precedes an exclamation point. Think: GO DOG GO! And you can bet he will correct either one of us when we don't do so.