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Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
Kinds of sentences imperative declarative
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Kinds of sentences imperative declarative

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  • © Brent Coley 2008 | www.mrcoley.com
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    • 1. Kinds ofSentences 1
    • 2. There are fourdifferent kinds of sentences. 2
    • 3. Declarative SentenceA declarative sentencemakes a statement. It ends with a period.He likes pepperoni pizza. The umbrella is green.Mrs. Smith is a teacher. 3
    • 4. Interrogative SentenceAn interrogative sentence asks a question. It ends with a question mark.Do you like pepperoni pizza?Have you seen my umbrella? Who is your teacher? 4
    • 5. Exclamatory SentenceAn exclamatory sentence shows strong feeling. Itends with an exclamation point. Hooray! Wow! That’s great news!5
    • 6. Imperative SentenceAn imperative sentence gives a command. It ends with a period. Go to your room. Throw me the ball.Bob, please close the door. 6
    • 7. Tip! The imperative is used for giving commands. The subject is singular or plural (depending on the number being commanded) 7
    • 8. Practice Time See if you can correctly identifythe following kinds of sentences. 8
    • 9. What kind of sentence is this?Are you going to the movies tonight? 9
    • 10. Interrogative – because thesentence asks a question 10
    • 11. What kind ofsentence is this?What a great movie that was! 11
    • 12. Exclamatory – because thesentence shows strong feeling 12
    • 13. What kind ofsentence is this? There are many different kinds ofanimals at the zoo. 13
    • 14. Declarative – because thesentence makes a statement 14
    • 15. What kind ofsentence is this?“Open to Chapter 5of your math book.” 15
    • 16. Imperative – because thesentence gives a command 16
    • 17. What kind ofsentence is this?Bob has an iPod. 17
    • 18. Declarative – because thesentence makes a statement 18
    • 19. What kind of sentence is this?Be careful with your iPod. 19
    • 20. Imperative – because thesentence gives a command 20
    • 21. What kind ofsentence is this?iPods are amazing! 21
    • 22. Exclamatory – because thesentence shows strong feeling 22
    • 23. What kind ofsentence is this? Do you have an iPod? 23
    • 24. Interrogative – because thesentence asks a question 24
    • 25. What kind ofsentence is this?Please pass the salt and pepper. 25
    • 26. Imperative – because thesentence gives a command 26
    • 27. What kind ofsentence is this?It is sunny outside. 27
    • 28. Declarative – because thesentence makes a statement 28
    • 29. What kind ofsentence is this?Are you planning to travel during your vacation? 29
    • 30. Interrogative – because thesentence asks a question 30
    • 31. What kind ofsentence is this?What a beautiful day! 31
    • 32. Exclamatory – because thesentence shows strong feeling 32
    • 33. What kind of sentence is this?Would you like to go to the beach with me? 33
    • 34. Interrogative – because thesentence asks a question 34
    • 35. What kind of sentence is this? Bring your hat andsunblock with you to the beach. 35
    • 36. Imperative – because thesentence gives a command 36
    • 37. What kind ofsentence is this?Wow! What a play! 37
    • 38. Exclamatory – because thesentence shows strong feeling 38
    • 39. What kind ofsentence is this?The student went to the store to buy some candy. 39
    • 40. Declarative – because thesentence makes a statement 40
    • 41. What kind of sentence is this?What is your favorite food? 41
    • 42. Interrogative – because thesentence asks a question 42
    • 43. What kind of sentence is this?Don’t forget to study for the test. 43
    • 44. Imperative – because thesentence gives a command 44
    • 45. What kind ofsentence is this? This is the lastpractice sentence. 45
    • 46. Declarative – because thesentence makes a statement 46
    • 47. Title image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons and is public domain. 47

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