A sentence which asks
a question ends in a question mark ?
Here are some question
words: which? Where? Who? What?
e.g. Where is the
road to Queen's Park?
A sentence which shows
surprise or is a command ends with an exclamation mark !
e.g. Sit down at once
Look carefully at
the sentences below. They are all answers to questions. In your
books you must neatly write out the questions you would ask to
get these answers.
- I think I have
left my packed lunch box at school.
- It is nearly half
- The answer is ten
- The River Thames
is in London.
- No Mr. Cockcroft.
Elephants don't eat spaghetti.
- My favourite drink
Read the passage carefully.
You must copy it into your books. Everywhere you see this sign
$, you have to replace it with either a question mark or an exclamation
"Mind that log$",
"What did you
say$", replied Ted.
but it was too late . There was aloud scream from the wood. "Oooww$
My foot, my foot$ How do you know when you've broken a bone Bill$"
Bill ran into the
wood to try and find Ted. "Ted$ Ted$ Where are you$"
"I'm over here
Bill eventually found
Ted lying by the big log. "You idiot$ I told you to be careful.
Why didn't you look where you were going$"
"What are we
going to do$"
Think carefully about
the things your teacher says in class. Your task is to write down
as many questions and command that you can remember. Make sure
you put a question mark or exclamation at the end of these sentences.