PLEASE HELP! this is for tomorrow!!! English hw

My hw says this:
what is the question and answer flow for an exclamatory sentence?

also... article adjective can be called?

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asked by Mathilde
  1. We only have three articles in English -- the, a, an. The are classified as adjectives.

    posted by Ms. Sue

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