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What type of sentence expresses strong feeling?

What type of sentence expresses strong feeling?

An exclamatory sentence shows strong feeling. It ends with an exclamation mark.

What shows strong emotion or is an exclamation?

Interjections are expressions of exclamation that show emotion, strong feelings and surprise. The words themselves often do not have any other meaning.

What is an example of a exclamatory sentence?

An exclamatory sentence is a sentence that expresses great emotion such as excitement, surprise, happiness and anger, and ends with an exclamation point. Examples of this sentence type: “It is too dangerous to climb that mountain!” “I got an A on my book report!”

What are the 4 sentence patterns?

There are four types of sentences: simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex. Each sentence is defined by the use of independent and dependent clauses, conjunctions, and subordinators.

What are the 6 basic sentence patterns?

There are six basic or simple sentence patterns: Subject/Predicate, Action Verb. Subject/Predicate, Action Verb/Direct Object. Subject/Predicate, Action Verb/Adverb.

What are the patterns of sentences?

Sentence patterns are made up of phrases and clauses. A phrase is a group of connected words, but it is not a complete sentence because it is missing a subject and/or a verb. Phrases are just one component that makes up a complete sentence. A clause contains a subject (actor) and a verb (action).

Which is the correct way to begin a sentence?

1. The most common sentence pattern is to write the subject first, followed by the verb: Weeds are important too because birds eat the seeds. 2. Reverse the sentence to begin with the dependent adverbial clause: Because birds eat the seeds, weeds are important too.

What words do you never start a sentence with?

Never begin a sentence—or a clause—with also. Teach the elimination of but, so, and, because, at the beginning of a sentence. A sentence should not commence with the conjunctions and, for, or however….