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The exclamation mark ( ! ) - Easy Learning Grammar

The exclamation mark is used after exclamations and emphatic expressions.
  • I can’t believe it!
  • Oh, no! Look at this mess!
The exclamation mark loses its effect if it is overused. It is better to use a full stop after a sentence expressing mild excitement or humour.
    It was such a beautiful day.
    I felt like a perfect banana.

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