exclamation mark

Exclamation Mark Use in Punctuation Rules

Exclamation Mark is used to show the feelings of surprise, excitement, wish, joy, sorrow, curse, pray or to stress upon.


The symbol used for exclamation is ‘!’.


  1. Hurrah! I have won the match.
  2. Alas! I have failed.
  3. May you live long!
  4. May you go to hell!
  5. What a lovely bird it is!
  6. Oh king! Pardon me.
  7. Would that I were rich!

More Uses of Exclamation Mark

  • Used after certain commands spoken in a nervous or sudden or in an excited way.


Don’t do that!

  • Used after certain words representing the sounds uttered by different creatures.


Caw! Caw!

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