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Less Common Punctuation Marks 2

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    Ramadhani Ikompe H.
    TZ
    Ramadhani Ikompe H.

    WE use exclamatory to express strong feeling

    Khadijah Hassan  A.
    SA
    Khadijah Hassan A.

    Give me my money now!! OMG

    Jaqueline R.
    MX
    Jaqueline R.

    Interesting!

    Jaqueline R.
    MX
    Jaqueline R.

    GOT IT!

    Jaqueline R.
    MX
    Jaqueline R.

    Exclamation Marks gives oomphh to any word placed before it whether anger, disgust or happiness

    Jaqueline R.
    MX
    Jaqueline R.

    good!

    Jaqueline R.
    MX
    Jaqueline R.

    Exclamation marks can tell us that a word is stated in anger or disgust, has the opposite meaning, or is an insult or a command

    DANIEL O.
    KE
    DANIEL O.

    Let English be English! I like the lessons...

    D'anna D.
    US
    D'anna D.

    This was very helpful.

    Mohammed S.
    DZ
    Mohammed S.

    not different from French ...

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