Unit 11.1


Exclamation mark

INTRODUCTION

The exclamation mark is a punctuation mark placed at the end of the sentence and it is usually used after an exclamation to add emphasis.

FORM

EXAMPLE

  1. to warn someone
    • Be careful!
    • Don’t touch it!
    • Stop it!
  2. to express anger
    • Don’t talk to me like that!
    • I disagree!
    • Don’t throw me in the lake!
  3. a strong command
    • Just do it!
    • Shut up!
    • Come here at once!

USE

We use exclamation marks:

  1. to warn someone
  2. to express anger
  3. to give a strong command

License

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