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Exclamatory Sentences. Ed McCorduck English 402--Grammar SUNY Cortland http://mccorduck.cortland.edu. slide 2: characteristics of exclamatory sentences. Exclamatory sentences have wh -words (usually only what and how ) as modifiers of elements in deep structure.
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Exclamatory Sentences Ed McCorduck English 402- - Grammar SUNY Cortland http://mccorduck.cortland.edu

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slide 2: qualities of exclamatory sentences Exclamatory sentences have wh - words (generally just what and how ) as modifiers of components in profound structure. the wh - words and the components they change are fronted in the surface structure (and in Reed-Kellogg graphs of exclamatory sentences the w and h of surface-beginning What and How are promoted) English 402: Grammar

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ex How horrendous he looks! slide 3: case of an exclamatory sentence and its Reed-Kellogg outline English 402: Grammar

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ex How you\'ve demolished my life! slide 3: another case of an exclamatory sentence and its Reed-Kellogg graph English 402: Grammar

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slide 4: uncommon manage for Reed-Kellogg outlines when how or what alters a modifier In Reed-Kellogg charts, if the what or how of an exclamatory sentence itself adjusts a modifier (i.e., a component regularly drawn beneath the principle flat line, for example, a determiner, relational word or qualifier), the how or what is associated with the modifier through an exceptional structure: English 402: Grammar

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ex What a lamebrain she is! slide 6: case of an exclamatory sentence with an adjusting what and its Reed-Kellogg graph English 402: Grammar

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ex How quickly the baying dogs run! slide 7: case of an exclamatory sentence with an altering how and its Reed-Kellogg graph English 402: Grammar

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ex What a vessel you\'re giving me! slide 8: another illustration and outline of an exclamatory sentence with a changing what English 402: Grammar

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