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Sentences Fourth Grade Chapter One
Declarative and Interrogative A Declarative makes a Statement. An interrogative asks a question.
Declarative Sentences The girls are weighing themselves. The scale is on wheels. The outfits are old fashioned.
Declarative Sentences Lets come up with our own declarative sentences for the following picture.
Declarative Sentences Write five declarative sentences about the picture on your right.
Interrogative Sentences An interrogative sentence asks a question. Why are these men on horses? Did you bring the pooper scooper?
Interrogative Sentences Questions Write five interrogative sentences about the picture on the right.
Imperative and Exclamatory Sentences Imperative sentences give commands. They usually start with an action word, such as call, tell, or go. Exclamatory sentences show strong feelings.
Imperative Sentences Commands What Imperative Sentence could this person be saying?
Imperative sentences Commands Write five imperative sentences about the picture on the right.
Exclamatory Sentences Exclamatory sentences show strong feelings. What is this person probably saying?
Exclamatory Sentences Strong Feelings Write five exclamatory sentences these people could be saying.
What every sentence needs Parts of a sentence Types of sentences
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