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Different kinds of sentences
Different kinds of sentences
Different kinds of sentences
Different kinds of sentences
Different kinds of sentences
Different kinds of sentences
Different kinds of sentences
Different kinds of sentences
Different kinds of sentences
Different kinds of sentences
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Different kinds of sentences

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  • 1. Sentence ---- is a group of words having a complete thought.---is an expression in natural language, andoften defined to indicate a grammaticalunit consisting of one or more words thatgenerally bear minimal syntactic relationto the words that precede or follow it. Wikipedia.com .
  • 2. 1. Declarative Sentence2. Interrogative Sentence3. Exclamatory Sentence4. Imperative Sentence
  • 3. A declarative sentence simply statesa fact or argument, states an idea, withoutrequiring either an answer or action fromthe reader, it does not give a command orrequest, nor does it ask a question. Youpunctuate your declarative sentences witha simple period. Example: 1. My sister sends me an advance birthday gift last summer. 2. I hope you can come tomorrow.
  • 4. INTERROGATIVE SENTENCE
  • 5. EXCLAMATORY SENTENCE A type of sentence that expresses strongfeelings by making an exclamation. (Comparewith sentences that make a statement, expressa command, or ask a question).
  • 6. IMPERATIVE SENTENCE A type of sentence that gives adviceor instructions or that expresses a requestor command. (Compare with sentencesthat make a statement, ask a question, orexpress an exclamation.)
  • 7. The End…
  • 8. Prepared by: Divine Heidi G.Cabiguin BSE – E 2 Irreg. September 8, 2011

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