Exclamatory Sentences! When you make a statement which shows emotion and ends with anexclamation point, this is called an exclamatory sentence. These are used very frequently within the English language and are a useful tool to have in your vocabulary as a way of expressing yourself.
In this section, we are going to take a look at how an exclamatory sentence works and how they are formed as well as multiple examples showing you the various things you might say. This is a great way to make your English sound much more like a native speaker.
What is an Exclamatory Sentence?
Learn exclamatory definition, usefulgrammar rulesand exclamatory sentence examples with ESL pictures and video lesson.
An exclamative or exclamatory sentence is released because of, and expresses strong emotion. Anexclamatory sentenceexpresses strongemotions, such as excitement, emphasis, surprise, joy, …
- I am angry!
- You did a great job!
- That is a hugewhale!
How to Form Exclamatory Sentences?
In order to form Exclamatory Sentences, sentences must begin with “what” or “how”, be non-interrogative, and contain a shift in the typical word order.
Usingwhat abefore asingular noun.
Form: What a/an + (adjective) + singular countable noun
- Whata gorgeous room!
Usingwhat without abefore an abstract noun or aplural noun
Form: What + adjective + uncountable/plural noun
- Whatbeautiful weather!
Form: How + adjective/adverb + subject + verb
- Howinteresting this film is!
- Howwell she sings!
Usingsobefore an adjective or adverb to make exclamations or to express a superlative idea.
Form: So + adjective/adverb
- The meal wassogood!
Suchexpresses the same idea asso, but it is used withnouns(with or without a companion adjective)
- Such a/an + adjective + singular countable noun
- Such + adjective + uncountable/plural noun
- She’ssucha quiet girl!
- They aresuch这种人!
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Last Updated on February 27, 2023