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Title of topic © 2011 wheresjenny.com Sentences: A group of words which makes complete sense is called sentence
Title of topic © 2011 wheresjenny.com Kinds of Sentence Declarative - A declarative sentence makes a statement. A declarative sentence ends with a period. Example: The house will be built on a hill. Interrogative - An interrogative sentence asks a question. An interrogative sentence ends with a question mark. Example: How did you find the card?
Title of topic © 2011 wheresjenny.com Kinds of Sentence Exclamatory - An exclamatory sentence shows strong feeling. An exclamatory sentence ends with an exclamation mark. Example: The monster is attacking! Imperative - An imperative sentence gives a command. Example: Cheryl, try the other door. Sometimes the subject of an imperative sentence (you) is understood. Example: Look in the closet. (You, look in the closet.)
Title of topic © 2011 wheresjenny.com Examples When did you find out your test score? ( Interrogative sentence) There is no way I am going to let you get a tattoo! ( Exclamatory sentence) Carrots contain some very important nutrients. ( Declarative sentence) Pay for your groceries at the cashier in the front. ( Imperative sentence)
Title of topic © 2011 wheresjenny.com Identify the kind of sentence. Why do you believe that? I want to know why you believe that. Please accept my apology. My shoe is on fire!
Title of topic © 2011 wheresjenny.com Identify the kind of sentence. My doctor told me to take these vitamins. Did you solve the puzzle yet? Send her a nice gift. We’re on the wrong planet!
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