English grammar

Module 11, Punctuation: End Points and Comma, Lesson 1:

Period vs. Question Mark

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English grammar
Prompt:
Declarative sentences, sentences that make a statement, end with a period. Interrogative sentences, sentences that ask a question, end with a question mark (?). A declarative sentence can be changed to a question by inflecting one's voice: "It is snowing." or "It is snowing?" However for this exercise, we will use the usual and customary pattern of words to show declarative and interrogative sentences.

Practice What You've Learned

English grammar
Directions:
The end-point punctuation has been omitted for the following sentences. Click to select the correct end-point punctuation from the choices at the end of each sentence.
1.
Has the rain stopped (.) (?)
2.
The rain has stopped (.) (?)
3.
We are having good weather (.) (?)
4.
I like that song (.) (?)
5.
Who is the singer (.) (?)
6.
These are the videos, aren't they (.) (?)
7.
Wyoming is a large state (.) (?)
8.
You won't forget, will you (.) (?)
9.
I wish I had not written that letter (.) (?)
10.
Tomorrow is another day (.) (?)
11.
Are you preparing yourself (.) (?)
12.
I submitted an application for that job (.) (?)
13.
Are you looking for work (.) (?)
14.
Will you ever forgive me (.) (?)
15.
I enjoy watching the evening news (.) (?)
16.
Who is your favorite announcer (.) (?)
17.
Is that the best you can do (.) (?)
18.
I am the best player (.) (?)
19.
My favorite season is fall (.) (?)
20.
What is your score (.) (?)
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