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Direct Indirect (exclamatory sentences)
Direct Indirect (exclamatory sentences)
Direct Indirect (exclamatory sentences)
Direct Indirect (exclamatory sentences)
Direct Indirect (exclamatory sentences)
Direct Indirect (exclamatory sentences)
Direct Indirect (exclamatory sentences)
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Direct Indirect (exclamatory sentences)

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  • 1. By: Syed Ibrahim Shams Direct Indirect (Exclamatory Sentences)
  • 2. Exclamatory Sentences • Exclamatory Sentences convey some type of strong emotion. A declarative sentence filled with emotion and use this punctuation mark (!)
  • 3. Exclamatory Sentences • It’s called an exclamation mark and is used to show a vast range of emotions…love, anger, happiness, confusion, elation or any other typed of exuberant emotion. • And when it comes to academic writing, such as essays and reports, don’t use exclamatory sentences at all, unless you are using them in quotations.
  • 4. Rules Rule Number One: • If the noun in your sentence is plural, the correct choice is what, not how. • “What exceptional children these are!” is correct. • “How exceptional children these are!” is incorrect. • What is acceptable with singular nouns as well. • “What an exceptional child this is!”
  • 5. Rules Rule Number Two: • When punctuating an exclamatory sentence, the exclamation mark should be at the sentence end, not in the middle of the sentence. • “Fantastic, we closed the deal!” is correct. • “Fantastic! we closed the deal.” is incorrect.
  • 6. Examples • No, you did not have permission to stay out this late! (anger) • I can’t figure this out! (frustration) • Our team won the championship! (happiness) • I don’t know what happened here! (confusion) • I simply adore you! (love) • I just won the lottery! (elation)
  • 7. Exclamatory Words • • • • • • • • Wow! Brilliant! Awesome! Ouch! Amazing! Bravo! Fantastic! Tremendous! • • • • • • • • Sheesh! Geronimo! Timber! Eureka Hooray! Wowsers! Gosh! Jeepers!
  • 8. Thank You

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