English grammar

Module 11, Punctuation: End Points and Comma, Lesson 3:

Period vs. Question Mark, Exclamation Point

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English grammar
Prompt:
We have learned that a sentence or sentence fragment used as a sentence ends with a period, question mark, or exclamation point. For this exercise, we will use the usual and customary pattern of words to show sentence types.

Practice What You've Learned

English grammar
Directions:
The end-point punctuation has been omitted from the following sentences. Click to select the correct end-point punctuation from the choices at the end of each sentence.
1.
What a lovely party (.) (?) (!)
2.
Yesterday was a beautiful day (.) (?) (!)
3.
Did you see the colorful forests (.) (?) (!)
4.
Take the mountain road (.) (?) (!)
5.
How fortunate we are (.) (?) (!)
6.
Winter will soon be here (.) (?) (!)
7.
Are you ready for the cold (.) (?) (!)
8.
Button up your overcoat (.) (?) (!)
9.
Wow (.) (?) (!)
10.
She is an obstinate person (.) (?) (!)
11.
How soon will it snow (.) (?) (!)
12.
I am shocked (.) (?) (!)
13.
Where shall we begin the story (.) (?) (!)
14.
Stay in by the fire where it is warm (.) (?) (!)
15.
May I go outside (.) (?) (!)
16.
A declarative sentence makes a statement (.) (?) (!)
17.
Does an interrogative sentence ask a question (.) (?) (!)
18.
Place a period at the end of an imperative sentence (.) (?) (!)
19.
We won (.) (?) (!)
20.
What a delight to be finished (.) (?) (!)
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