You are asking a question- that is an interrogative,
no letters are exclamatory, but there is exclamatory puntuation = "!"
his sentences were not Exclamatory. The news was exclamatory for everyone.
exclamatory sentence is very useful. You left him there? Real Exclamatory.
"What a loquacious little girl!" (see related question)
No, you would use an exclamation point.
Exclamatory is the correct spelling.
it is exclamatory because, exclamatory is said with a feeling
Declarative- is a statement and ends with a period(.) Interrogative- asks a question and ends with a question mark(?). Imperative- commands some on to do something and ends with a period(.). Exclamatory- shows strong feeling and ends with a exclamation mark(!).
Declarative (statement) Imperative (command) Interrogative (question) Exclamatory (exclamation[!])
This is a wondergul picture ( Exclamatory)
"Wow!" would be an exclamatory sentence.
An imperative sentence is a command or suggestion. It does not become an exclamatory sentence just because it ends in an exclamation mark. An exclamatory sentence expresses emotion or fervor, and may be declarative or interrogative (for example, a strong statement or an hysterical question).
Usually when asking a question, such as, "Does this work?" It can also be used as a statement or exclamatory statement, such as, "It does not work!"
Exclamatory essay have three paragraphs.
You spelled it correctly the first time: exclamatory
it is exclamatory :D
This is not a single punctuation with a separate name. It signifies a question asked in an exclamatory way.
Yes, "Look out below!" is an exclamatory sentence.
It is interrogative, being a question and starting with the word "who".
Declarative sentence(Telling someone something, something that doesn't need an answer.) Imperative sentence(A command or a request) Interogative sentence(A question) Exclamatory sentence( something with an exclamatory mark at the end of the sentence)