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P eriod versus Question Mark, Exclamation Point
 
Lesson 5-3
Prompt:We have found 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.
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 ( . ) ( ? ) ( ! )