Grammar: Exclamatory Sentences

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What are Exclamatory Sentences in English Grammar?

Exclamatory sentences in English grammar are sentences that express strong emotion, such as surprise, excitement, anger, or joy. These sentences often begin with words like "what" or "how," and they always end with an exclamation mark (!). The purpose of exclamatory sentences is to convey heightened emotions and make a statement more emphatic.

For example:

  • "What a beautiful day!"
  • "How amazing this is!"
  • "I can't believe it!"
  • "You did a fantastic job!"

Exclamatory sentences differ from declarative sentences, which simply state a fact or opinion, by their emotional intensity and punctuation. Understanding and using exclamatory sentences correctly can help to convey feelings more vividly and add emphasis to your spoken and written communication.

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