What is Exclamatory Pronoun?
A pronoun that is used to express wonder or surprise is called exclamatory pronoun. For example, what, how.
The state of emotions, anger, joy, enthusiasm, happiness are expressed in the exclamatory sentences. The exclamatory pronoun replaces the noun in such sentences.
The exclamatory pronouns refer to the antecedent noun. For example, if we say that “What a splendid match it was!”, here, the referent is “match”.
Exclamatory Pronouns Examples
The exclamatory pronouns are mainly used in question and answer statements and formal writing.
- What a lovely picture is it!
- What a decoration of room it was!
- How beautiful the picture is!
- What a cricket match it was!
- How clean the classroom is?
- No, no, no! You are not going out in that outfit!
- Such, such fun! I’ll never forget it!
- Ouch! That’s my foot you’re stepping on!
- What a fantastic idea! Why didn’t I think of that?
- Goodness me! How did you manage that?
- Wow, that is a really big dog!
- This book is actually pretty funny!
- Well done, you managed to pass the test!
- I can’t believe it’s 5 o’clock already!
- Who could say!
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