change into exclamatory

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the breeze are very cool.

asked Nov 29 '13 at 10:12 naziyamansoori New member

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An exclamatory sentence is a forceful declarative sentence and is usually ended with an exclamation point. This sentence doesn't lend itself to become exclamatory very well, because the subject matter is too calm.  If you use 'breeze', the verb should be 'is'. If the verb is 'are', the subject should be breezes.  Sentences begin with a capital letter.

 

The breezes are very cool.

The breeze is very cool.

 

Exclamatory:

My God, but this breeze is very cool!

This doesn't work very well.

link comment answered Nov 29 '13 at 14:55 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow
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How cool the breeze is!

link comment answered Dec 01 '13 at 13:36 Z. A. Jazley Contributor
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How cool the breeze is!

link comment answered Dec 01 '13 at 13:36 Z. A. Jazley Contributor

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