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4 types of sentences: Imperative Exclamatory Interrogative Declarative
The speaker gives a command or makes a request. Most imperative sentences end with a period. A strong command ends with an exclamation point. (You) Be quiet during the play.
A sentence that shows excitement or expresses strong feeling. This type of sentence will end with an exclamation mark. I love Auburn football!
Interrogative sentences ask questions; you will always use a question mark. Will you please be quiet?
The speaker is making a statement and ends with a period. I want to go to Colorado this winter.
1. Imperative: Be quiet during the play. 2. Exclamatory: I can’t wait until Saturday! 3. Interrogative: Can I borrow a quarter? 4. Declarative: I need to go to the store after school.
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Declarative A declarative sentence makes a statement and is punctuated by a period. Example: The puppy looks tired.
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By: Mark and Jenny. Makes a statement; ending with a period. Example: I see something weird in that tree. I think it’s a gray baseball.
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Kinds of Sentences. Declarative Sentence: makes a statement; ends with a period I am going to Lambeau Field. Imperative Sentence: gives a command or makes.
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