Exclamation Marks Worksheets:
The Symbol –
A sentence that gives a strong command or expresses a strong
emotion like joy, surprise, disappointment, fear, or anger, ends with
an exclamation mark.
An interjection is a word or phrase used to express strong
feelings or surprise. An exclamation mark or comma is used
to separate the interjection from the rest of the sentence.
Ending Punctuation –
Every sentence ends with a punctuation mark.
Use a period (.) at the end of a statement. Use a question mark (?)
when you ask a question. Use an exclamation mark (!) to show
emphasis or surprise.
Add punctuation marks wherever they are needed. Use exclamation marks
wherever they might reasonably be used.
Emphasize Drama –
Rewrite each sentence below, adding an interjection and an
exclamation mark for interest and drama.
X Marks The Spot –
Rewrite each sentence, adding exclamation marks
Make Your Writing Exciting –
Conflict is the heart and soul of drama. If you want to write a story
that pull readers in and make them care about the outcome, you
have to give your characters problems that they can react to.
Excite or Question? –
Complete each sentence with either an exclamation mark or a question mark.
What's It Need? –
Do the sentences below need an
exclamation mark? Circle the correct answer.
The End –
Add the correct ending punctuation to each sentence.
When Necessary –
Rewrite each sentence and add some symbols on the end.