Grammar - Less common punctuation marks 2
Less common punctuation marks 2
The exclamation mark gives a lot of oomph to words that are placed in
front of it. It can tell us that a word is stated in anger or disgust, has
the opposite meaning, or is an insult or a command.
Give me my money now!
You are such a nosey parker!
You have to do four essays by Monday!
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