Exclamatory and Imperative Sentences

An exclamatory sentence is an interjection of emotion such as "Aaah!" An imperative sentence is a command such as "Bring me some water."

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What is emi shielding?

It's a method of protecting electronics from electro-magnetic pulses.

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In the English language what do you call a sentence that is difficult to pronounce when said quickly?

A tongue twister.

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Can you give a sentence of enslave?

I will use them to enslave humanity, allowing me to take over the world!

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How do you use show in a imperative sentence?

Show me your homework from last night.

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What is an example of a categorical imperative?

Immanuel Kant's Categorical Imperative is generally summarized as the principle that if a moral rule applies to someone, then it applies to everyone.

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If I believe that homosexuality is immoral, then I must accept the fact that if I engage in a homosexual act, I am immoral as well--or I must abandon my belief.

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How to express your feelings?

You can express your feelings to a close friend or close relative, you could write poems on how you feel, write short stories, whatever you do you have to get it all out cuz when it builds up all inside, you will explode, trust me, i kept everything inside, and then one more problem that occured, i cried for weeks. If your shy, try going on Microsoft words then you could pretend there's another person asking you how you feel, why, where, when, what. like WHAT DO YOU FEEL RIGHT NOW?, then on the next line you say I FEEL SAD, then WHY DO YOU FEEL SAD? and so on, i know it may seem kind of crazy, but at least when your done with it, your gonna get all better. Don't keep things bottled up inside ;)

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Is the sentence he has ten fingers and ten toes declarative a command interrogative or exclamatory?

Statement

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How do you use the word troposphere in a sentence?

The troposphere is the lowest layer of the atmosphere.

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Give an example- of ebullience in a sentence?

This particular hyphenated alternate was being read as a duplicate alternate

and preventing merges to the primary. Please dispose. Thanks!

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What is the difference between preparation and planning?

preparation is the gathering of the relevant and necessary resources while planning is the way of how and when the resources will be used to perform the activity or complete the project From Livy +2712 717 7559

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Use 'unless' in a sentence?

" Unless you dislike that flavor, I could get you a strawberry milkshake. "

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Examples of imperatives words?

Imperatives words are like bossy words: drop, hold, make, sit, stand, keep, walk, run, sprint these are imperatives words but hopefully you'll use more completcated words if you are in yr 5 or more=) well good luck!!!!=D

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Does armour give shielding against EMI in cables?

putting a radio next to several electronic devices can detect EMI

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Could you give me 5 example of interrogative sentences?

1st one is your question. Basically, anything you question is interrogative.

Ex:- What is my name? Which flower is this? Where do you live? What's wrong with you? etc.

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Is it possible to transform imperative to interrogative?

No Its Impossible.

But In The Future I Think There Is A Solution.

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What is a sentence that gives a command?

A sentence that gives a command is an imperativesentence. The following sentences are imperative:

Maxie, go clean your room.

Stop!

Go to your room.

Take out the trash.
imperitave ends with a period and gives a command

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Can you give me example of squeeze in a sentence?

I had to squeeze my leg to stop it from bleeding.

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Type of sentence?

Before Aidan goes to bed, he brushes his teeth, and he reads a story.

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How do you cure hernias?

A hernia is repaired, not cured. A surgeon stitches up the tear in the abdominal wall.

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What are examples of exclamatory sentences?

(An exclamatory sentence uses an exclamation mark and expreses strong emotion or feeling. This is different from an "imperative" sentence, which can also end with an exclamation point, but does not have a subject and makes a command or suggestion.)

Exclamatory sentences:

"Angela, you got straight A's this quarter!"

"My pie is ruined!"

"You're not getting my parking space!"

"I can't believe it!"

"How beautiful the earth is!"

"You're so beautiful!"

"Stop right there!"

"I've won the lottery!"

"I'm going to move to Jamaica and you can't stop me!"

(*A statement that has no complete thought, such as "Gee!" is an interjection.)

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How do you pronounce 'So glad it's Friday' in English?

"So glehd ihtz freye-dey" is a way to pronounce the phrase "So glad it's Friday!" in English. The pronunciation may sound quite different in parts of the United States of America outside the Mid-Atlantic states represented by the above pronunciation. It also will sound quite different elsewhere in the English-speaking world, such as in Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom.

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Can you give me a example sentence of dedication?

They have shown dedication in doing their homework everyday.

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What is a run-on sentence?

A run-on sentence has two or more independent clauses without a colon or semicolon.

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What is the meaning of vis a vis?

vis-a-vis means in relation to/ regarding/face to face with.

There should be an accent above the 'a', but I'm not sure where it is on the keyboard....and I'm going for my tea.

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Specious in a sentence?

The flirty teen told the officer a specious story about her car accident, because she did not want to tell the truth about how she'd run off the road into the ditch while texting on her cell phone.

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