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End Mark Punctuation

We use sentences for many different reasons. Sometimes we want to tell others something. Sometimes we want to ask something. Sometimes we want to tell others to do something. Sometimes we want to show how strongly we feel about something. There is a different kind of sentence for each of these four purposes. The Declarative Sentence tells or states something. It uses a period (.) at the end of the sentence. Example: Tomorrow is my birthday. The Interragative Sentence asks a quesiton. It uses a question mark (?) at the end of the sentence. Example: Do you like baseball? The Imparative Sentence makes a request or gives directions. Very often in an imparative sentence, (You) are the subject. It uses a period (.) at the end of the sentence. Example: Do your homework. The Exclamatory Sentence shows strong feeling. It uses an exlamation point (!) at the end of the sentence. Example: (What a beautiful rainbow!) Read the following sentences and slide them into the correct end punctuation box.

Period (.), Question Mark (?), Exclamation Point (!), Exclamatory,

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