Types of
sentences
by purpose
and by
structure
BY:
RICHARD EDWARDS
Declarative
A declarative sentence is
describing a statement, they
also end with a period.
EX: The monkey is drinking a
so...
Exclamatory
AN exclamatory sentence is a
sentence that shows
excitement.
EX: And the crowd goes wild!
Imperative
A type of sentence that gives
advice or instructions or that
expresses a request or command.
EX: Go and close t...
Interrogative
A compound-complex sentence has
two independent clauses joined
to one or more dependent clauses.
EX: Jack reads novels, bu...
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  1. 1. Types of sentences by purpose and by structure BY: RICHARD EDWARDS
  2. 2. Declarative A declarative sentence is describing a statement, they also end with a period. EX: The monkey is drinking a soda.
  3. 3. Exclamatory AN exclamatory sentence is a sentence that shows excitement. EX: And the crowd goes wild!
  4. 4. Imperative A type of sentence that gives advice or instructions or that expresses a request or command. EX: Go and close the door.
  5. 5. Interrogative
  6. 6. A compound-complex sentence has two independent clauses joined to one or more dependent clauses. EX: Jack reads novels, but bob reads comics because books are to boring.
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