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4 Kinds of Sentences and the end mark flow
The 5 parts of a sentence! Notice that every sentence begins with a capital letter. End with some type of punctuation (end) mark. Each sentence has: a subject, verb, & expresses a complete thought.
Declarative Sentences Makes a statement It is labeled with a D. Ex. I walked my dog yesterday. Flow: (period, statement, declarative sentence)
Imperative Sentence Gives a command It is labeled with a Imp. Ex. Close the door Flow: (period, command, imperative sentence)
Exclamatory Sentence Expresses strong feelings It is labeled with an E. Ex. The field is on fire! Flow: exclamation point, strong feeling (sf), exclamatory sentence.
Interrogative Sentence Asks a question. It is labeled with an Int. Ex. Do you live here? Flow: question mark, question, interrogative sentence.
Guided Practice: Read each sentence, recite the end mark flow, & put the end mark where it belongs. Mr. Butler is a very good computer programmer Do you want ice cream with your chocolate cake What an exciting movie that was Place the magazines on this table before you leave I went camping in the mountains this summer The two race cards crashed in the final turn