Interchange of Assertive and Exclamatory Sentences



Interchange of Assertive and Exclamatory Sentences :



In order to change an exclamatory sentence into the assertive without changing its meaning, we have to add words like very, indeed, truly, great, and so on, to the sentence.

In order to change an exclamatory sentence into the assertive without changing its meaning, we have to remove the exclamation mark.

For example :

What a happy day this is! (Exclamatory Sentence)
This is a very happy day. (Assertive Sentence)

Alas! We have lost the match. (Exclamatory Sentence)
It is indeed unfortunate that we have lost the match. (Assertive Sentence)

Exclamatory sentences into assertive sentences :

What a rainy day this is!
This is a rainy day.

Oh no, the coin has rolled into the river.
The coin has rolled into the river.

What a privilege it is to work with this great man!
It is a privilege to work with this great man.

How huge this building is!
This building is huge.

What a terrible mess you have made of this dish!
You have made a terrible mess out of this dish.

Assertive sentences into exclamatory sentences :

This book is really boring.
What a real boring this book is!

It is indeed a great tragedy.
What a great tragedy it is indeed!

We were all very excited to meet the superstar.
What an excitement we were in meeting the superstar!

Santa Claus is really fat.
How fat Santa Claus is!

My arm is paining very badly.
How badly my arm is paining!



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