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Sentence Types: Interrogative Sentences
Declarative Interrogative Imperative ExclamatoryInterrogative Sentences Are one of four types of sentences: Declarative Interrogative Imperative Exclamatory
The word Interrogative Comes from the Latin for Between (inter) Rogare (to ask)
Interrogative sentences:Traits of Interrogative sentences: Ask a question that can be answered yes/no Ask a question that answers who? what? when? where? why? Are followed only by a question mark
Do not make statements But they might end in question marks ANDInterrogative sentences Do not make statements But they might end in question marks AND exclamation marks. What in the world happened?!?
Interrogative sentences:Let’s examine a couple examples of Interrogative sentences:
Do you want to go to the play with me tonightDo you want to go to the play with me tonight ? question mark Answer: yes or no
What type of apple makes the best pie ?question mark Answers: who? what? when? where? Or why?
Declarative A declarative sentence makes a statement and is punctuated by a period. Example: The puppy looks tired.
Four Kinds of Sentences
Four Kinds of Sentences and Interjections
Grammar point Sentences: A group of words which makes complete sense is called sentence.
Grammar and Usage Lesson #22 CCSS.ELA–LITERACY.L. 1 Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
Sentences Fourth Grade Chapter One. Declarative and Interrogative A Declarative makes a Statement. An interrogative asks a question.
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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4 types of sentences. I will be able to identify declarative, interrogative, imperative, and exclamatory sentences.
Types of Sentences.
The Four Kinds of Sentences
Kinds of sentences page 32
Sentence Punctuation Use correct end of sentence punctuation (e.g., period, question mark).
The Four Types Of Sentences
Kinds of Sentences.
1. Are you ready to go. 2. Atlanta is the capitol of Georgia. 3
Learning the types of Sentences.
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4 types of sentences: Imperative Exclamatory Interrogative Declarative.
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