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  • 1. Kind of Sentences <br />
  • 2. Declarative Sentence<br />The declarative sentence is used to make a statement of fact, wish, intent, or feeling.<br />Examples: <br />I have seen that movie twice.<br />I wish I could go on the picnic.<br />
  • 3. Imperative Sentence <br />The imperative sentence is used to state a command, request, or direction. The subject is always "You," even though it may not be expressed in the sentence. <br />Examples: <br />(You) Be on time for dinner. <br />(You) Open the window, please.<br />
  • 4. Interrogative Sentence<br />The interrogative sentence is used to ask a question. It is followed by a question mark. <br />Examples:<br />Do you have a sweater? <br /> Are you having a bad day?<br />
  • 5. Exclamatory Sentence<br />An exclamatory sentence is used to express strong feeling. It is followed by an exclamation point.<br />Examples:<br />Don't burn yourself out! <br />Keep out! <br />He screamed, “Help!”<br />
  • 6. Identify the Sentence<br />Didn't I meet you at Rainbow Lake last summer?<br /> San Marino is the smallest republic in Europe.<br />Richard Martin's short stories have appeared in many magazines.<br /> You can't be serious!<br /> Initial the top right-hand corner of each sheet of paper.<br />
  • 7. Identify the Sentence<br />How did you find the card<br />Look in the closet<br />The house will be built on a hill<br />The monster is attacking<br />Cheryl, try the other door<br />

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