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  • Four Kinds of Sentences English Language Arts Notes
  • Declarative
  • Declarative • A declarative sentence makes a statement.
  • Declarative • A declarative sentence makes a statement. • It always ends with a period “.”
  • • I walked my sister to school today.
  • •I walked my sister to school today. • Our family went to Six Flags this weekend.
  • • I walked my sister to school today. • Our family went to Six Flags this weekend. • He is not feeling well this evening.
  • Interrogative
  • Interrogative • An interrogative sentence asks a question.
  • Interrogative • An interrogative sentence asks a question. • It ends with a question mark “?”
  • • What time is it?
  • •What time is it? • How do you figure out this math problem?
  • • What time is it? • How do you figure out this math problem? • Can you walk with me to the classroom?
  • Imperative
  • Imperative • An imperative sentence gives a command or makes a request.
  • Imperative • An imperative sentence gives a command or makes a request. • It usually ends with a period. “.” Sometimes you can use an exclamation point. “!”
  • • Ashleen, close the door behind you.
  • • Ashleen, close the door behind you. • Take out the trash before you go to bed.
  • • Ashleen, close the door behind you. • Take out the trash before you go to bed. • Please make sure to complete your homework tonight.
  • Exclamatory
  • Exclamatory • An exclamatory sentence expresses a strong feeling.
  • Exclamatory • An exclamatory sentence expresses a strong feeling. • It ends with an exclamation point. “!”
  • • Watch out for that car!
  • •Watch out for that car! • I can’t believe they finally won!
  • •Watch out for that car! • I can’t believe they finally won! • Don’t eat that worm!
  • • DECLARATIVE
  • •DECLARATIVE • INTERROGATIVE
  • •DECLARATIVE • INTERROGATIVE • IMPERATIVE
  • •DECLARATIVE • INTERROGATIVE • IMPERATIVE • EXCLAMATORY
  • •Where do I put this? • Stop talking during the test! • I have Twinkies for my snack. • Happy Birthday!