What sentence should you use to say “Good morning” to the world? There are two main kinds of good morning greetings: formal and informal. In general, “Good morning to all” should be used in formal settings. “Good night to all” can be used in informal settings. Whether you’re addressing someone via a text message or by telephone, you should always remember that the phrase “good morning” is an exclamatory phrase.
An exclamatory sentence is a question or a statement that conveys a strong emotion, usually exasperation. Exclamatory sentences often have a change of word order. They start with “what,” and end with an exclamation mark. The punctuation mark should be used sparingly and only when absolutely necessary. You can however use a question word to begin an exclamatory sentence.