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    What a way to enjoy the

    Can you make an exclamation without an adjective in the basic form of "What +a +adjective+ noun+S+V"? It seems to lack the exclamatory nuance.

    4P)Dog sledding is more common in the winter, but we do offer dog sledding tours in the summer as well What a way to enjoy the sceneryof the midnight sun!

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    Re: What a way to enjoy the

    Yes, you can make an exclamation without an adjective. "What a day!", for example. The situational context will supply the information about sort of day it is, or that will come out in the following dialogue.

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