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    The exclamative sentence

    The exclamative form



    Nominal group: the exclamative => Here are some examples


    Que - comme
    They are invariable pronouns :


    Que tu es grand maintenant ! Comme tu marches vite!


    Quel - quelle - quels - quelles ( you shall refer to the lesson dealing with quel-quels-quelle- quelles)

    =>They are adjectives that refer to the noun :

    Quels gentils enfants!
    Quel beau garçon tu es!
    Quelles belles danseuses!
    Quelle charmante vendeuse!


    Attention à la marche !


    The imperative  

              =>negative form:Ne passe pas sans arrêt devant moi!

              =>forme affirmative : Reste tranquille s'il te plait !

    Test : Exclamative Sentence

     Put the words back in order to build up exclamative sentences.

    Important  : Don’t forget the « ! “ at the end of the sentence

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