Exclamations with “How”

Exclamations with “What”

Form: How+adjective / Adverb. +
Subject + verb
How beautifully she sings!

Form: What + a / an (+ adjective)
+ singular countable noun
What a lovely son!
We use what + adjective before an
uncountable or plural noun
What lovely flowers!
Another form What+ object+
subject + verb
What a beautiful smile you
have!

The structure “how + subject +
verb is also possible
How you have grown!

Complete with “How” or “What” or “What a / an”
1-______________big car!
2- ______________hot water!
3-_______________difficult question!
4-_______________easy it is!
5-_______________fair hair he has!
6- ______________large family!
7- ______________clever they are!
8- ______________old church!
9- ______________pretty she is!
10- _____________interesting!
11- _____________gorgeous landscape it is!
12- _____________attractive a partner he is!
13- _____________he runs!
14- _____________funny Bridget Jones´s diary is!
15- _____________shocking behaviour she has!
16- _____________horrible monsters! I am scared
17- _____________interesting this test was!
18- _____________nauhty dog he is!
19- _____________amazing game that was!
20- _____________well everyone played!
21- _____________stupid man he is!
22- _____________surprise!
23- _____________nice hat you have got!
24- _____________wonderful you look!
25- _____________beautiful dress you wear!
Key

1-what a
2-what
3-what
4-how
5-what
6-what a
7-how
8-what an
9-how
10-how
11-what
12-how
13-how
14-how
15-what a
16-what
17-how
18-what a
19-what an
20-how
21-what a
22-what a
23-what a
24-how
25-what a

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