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Exclamation
Wilson Carrión
https://www.facebook.com/EspanglishLoja-101719766865512/
DEFINITIONDEFINITION
Exclamation is
used in
conversation
English, not
written When you
want to show you
are surprised
abou...
Use these expressions when something
goes wrong
Ohh!
•When you see a problem.
•An expression of surprise,
pleasure, approval, disapproval, or
pain:
Ohh!
•Ooh, what a gorgeous dress!
•Ooh, yes, that would be nice!
•Ooh, that's really mean!
Uh-oh!
•When you suddenly
discover a problem
• Used in writing to
represent the sound that
people make when they
discover ...
Oops/whoops!
•When you make a small mistake.
•An expression of surprise or feeling s
orry about
a mistake or slightacciden...
Duh!
-Used in response to something said that is
too obvious to need to be mentioned:
“Physics is really hard.” “Well, duh...
Huh!
•To express amusement or subtle surprise.
Huh! I'm sure I locked it when I left.
•To express doubt or confusion.
Huh?...
Ow! / Ouch!
•“That hurt” / “It sounds like that hurt”
Ugh! / Yuck!
•“It’s disgusting”
Shoot!
An Affirmative response,
expressing agreement or
consent, positive; not
negative, okay, alright.
Wilson: So what ca...
D’Oh!
•“Oh, no!” (a general reaction)
Other
TYPES
How Exclamations
You can also use it when you want to
emphasize something When you
want to show you really mean
something....
Structure of How exclamation
Exciting
Cute
Big
Interesting
Pretty
Cool
Strange
Small
Medium
Beautiful
HOW !
Add a subject and verb at the end.
She is pretty: How pretty she is!
• How exciting the movie was!
• How strange the man i...
We use this when we are showing
surprise or we really want to show we
mean something
What Exclamations
What a/an Adjective...
Structure of What exclamation
What
a/an Adjective Noun
!an Exciting Movie
a Strange Man
a Cute Baby
Add a subject and verb at the end.
You have big eyes: What big eyes you
have!
• What an amazing show this is!
• What a rar...
Exercise 1
That is a big truck.
What a big truck That/It
is!
Exercise 2
You make a cute
couple.
What a cute couple you
make!
Exercise 3
This story is very
creative.
How creative This story
is!
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  1. 1. Exclamation Wilson Carrión https://www.facebook.com/EspanglishLoja-101719766865512/
  2. 2. DEFINITIONDEFINITION Exclamation is used in conversation English, not written When you want to show you are surprised about something. Exclamation is used in conversation English, not written When you want to show you are surprised about something. Something that you say loudly and suddenly because you are surprised or angry Something that you say loudly and suddenly because you are surprised or angry EXCLAMATION MARK An exclamation mark usually shows strong feeling, such as surprise, anger or joy. EXCLAMATION MARK An exclamation mark usually shows strong feeling, such as surprise, anger or joy.
  3. 3. Use these expressions when something goes wrong
  4. 4. Ohh! •When you see a problem. •An expression of surprise, pleasure, approval, disapproval, or pain:
  5. 5. Ohh! •Ooh, what a gorgeous dress! •Ooh, yes, that would be nice! •Ooh, that's really mean!
  6. 6. Uh-oh! •When you suddenly discover a problem • Used in writing to represent the sound that people make when they discover that they have made a mistake or done something wrong: •Uh-oh, I think I just locked my keys in the car.
  7. 7. Oops/whoops! •When you make a small mistake. •An expression of surprise or feeling s orry about a mistake or slightaccident: •Oops! I typed two Ls by mistake
  8. 8. Duh! -Used in response to something said that is too obvious to need to be mentioned: “Physics is really hard.” “Well, duh.” - Disdainful indication that something is obvious. It's hot in the desert. - Well, duh! - Indication of perceived stupidity, often used in mockery. Duhhh, I'm Jasmine, I can't even tie my shoe laces right!
  9. 9. Huh! •To express amusement or subtle surprise. Huh! I'm sure I locked it when I left. •To express doubt or confusion. Huh? Where did they go? •To reinforce a question. Where were you last night? Huh? • To indicate that one did not hear what was said. Huh? Could you speak up? •To create a tag question. It's getting kind of late, huh?
  10. 10. Ow! / Ouch! •“That hurt” / “It sounds like that hurt”
  11. 11. Ugh! / Yuck! •“It’s disgusting”
  12. 12. Shoot! An Affirmative response, expressing agreement or consent, positive; not negative, okay, alright. Wilson: So what can or no can? Erika: Can Wilson: Shoots!
  13. 13. D’Oh! •“Oh, no!” (a general reaction)
  14. 14. Other
  15. 15. TYPES
  16. 16. How Exclamations You can also use it when you want to emphasize something When you want to show you really mean something. How Adjective !
  17. 17. Structure of How exclamation Exciting Cute Big Interesting Pretty Cool Strange Small Medium Beautiful HOW !
  18. 18. Add a subject and verb at the end. She is pretty: How pretty she is! • How exciting the movie was! • How strange the man is! • How cute the babies are!
  19. 19. We use this when we are showing surprise or we really want to show we mean something What Exclamations What a/an Adjective Noun !
  20. 20. Structure of What exclamation What a/an Adjective Noun !an Exciting Movie a Strange Man a Cute Baby
  21. 21. Add a subject and verb at the end. You have big eyes: What big eyes you have! • What an amazing show this is! • What a rare boy he is! • What a pretty baby she is!.
  22. 22. Exercise 1 That is a big truck. What a big truck That/It is!
  23. 23. Exercise 2 You make a cute couple. What a cute couple you make!
  24. 24. Exercise 3 This story is very creative. How creative This story is!

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