• silluq + soph pasuq: This most important pair of signs is used to divide the text into verses. A vertical line (silluq) is placed under the accented syllable of the last word in the verse, accompanied by two dots (soph pasuq).
• Option #1: 'A voice crying, "In the wilderness prepare the way of the LORD;" '
• Option #2: 'A voice crying in the wilderness, "Prepare the way of the LORD;" '
Here we have a qere בְּנִי 'my son' and a ketiv בנו 'his son'.
Option #1: "And David said to Solomon his son, '...' "
Option #2: "And David said to Solomon, 'My son...' "
1 Chron 22:5: וַיֹּ֣אמֶר דָּוִ֗יד שְׁלֹמֹ֣ה בְנִי֮
"And David said, 'Solomon my son...' "
Noticing the details is important for exegesis, and ultimately, theology.