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 .
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.)
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8. Prepared by: Divine Heidi G.Cabiguin BSE – E 2 Irreg. September 8, 2011