fullstops_exclamations_questionmarks

fullstops_exclamations_questionmarks - 6. Ouch() screamed...

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Name:_______________________ Date:_____________________ Rewrite the following sentences with a full-stop (.), exclamation mark (!) or question mark (?). 1. “Look out ()” s houted James to his brother () 2. “Would you like some cheese with your spaghetti ()” asked Tim’s mum () 3. The party was a success , everybody enjoyed themselves() 4. “Do you know the time()” asked the teacher() 5. It’s important that you always end a sentence with a full -stop ()
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Unformatted text preview: 6. Ouch() screamed Charlotte () Name:_______________________ Date:_____________________ Have a go at writing some of your own sentences using full-stops, exclamation and question marks. If you need help, maybe try looking through a book, newspaper or magazine to give you some ideas. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Use your imagination and try to draw the funniest looking full-stop, question mark and exclamation mark that you can. Maybe you could give the full-stop some legs, arms and a funny face....
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