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- Year 1 Question Marks Grammar Worksheets Lesson Pack
- Question Mark and Exclamation Mark
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Year 1 Question Marks Grammar Worksheets Lesson Pack
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Question Mark and Exclamation Mark
Every sentence in the English language must have an end mark. There are three end marks: the period, the exclamation point, and the questions mark. The appropriate end mark depends on the type of sentence being used. There are four types of sentences in the English language: declarative, imperative, interrogative, and exclamatory. Click here to learn more about the four types of sentences.
Activity 2: Let's use exclamation marks. Added NoiA later on as captain. Nordquist, Richard. More on this subject on the Discworld and Pratchett Wiki. Use this punctuation mark—whether it be one, two, or three exclamation points—only when the context calls for it. The exclamation mark is used to express exasperation, astonishment, or surprise, or to emphasise a comment or short, sharp phrase. I have fully charged the device but now there's only a exclamation mark on the display.
Each sentence is a complete thought. The punctuation at the end of the sentence tells the reader the sentence is over and tells the type of sentence it is. An exclamation point is at the end of an exclamatory sentence. A question mark ends a interrogative sentence that asks a question.
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