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Cameron Smith 6th period
Cameron Smith 6th period
Cameron Smith 6th period
Cameron Smith 6th period
Cameron Smith 6th period
Cameron Smith 6th period
Cameron Smith 6th period
Cameron Smith 6th period
Cameron Smith 6th period
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  • 1. Sentences: Types of structures By: Cameron Smith Oct. 8th , 2013 Mrs. Dawson 6th period E.L.A
  • 2. Declarative Sentences A Declarative Sentence is a sentence that makes a statement. This type of sentence ends with a period. (.) Ex. Alaina got a new iPhone.
  • 3. Interrogative Sentences An Interrogative Sentence is a sentence that asks a question This type of sentence uses a question mark. (?) Ex. What new phone case should Alaina get?
  • 4. Exclamatory Sentences An Exclamatory Sentence a sentence that shows excitement This type of sentence ends with an exclamation point. (!) Ex. When Alaina’s dad showed her the new case he bought her she screamed, “ OMG Thank You Daddy!”
  • 5. Imperative Sentences An Imperative Sentence tells a command. This type of sentence can end with either an exclamation point or a period. Ex. When Alaina broke her new case her dad said, “ Clean it up!”
  • 6. Simple Sentences A simple sentence is a sentence is a sentence with one clause. Ex. Alaina loved her new cases.
  • 7. Compound Sentences A compound sentence includes two independent clauses. Ex. Alaina bought a blue cases and a panda case.
  • 8. Complex Sentences A Complex Sentence has one independent clause and one subordinate clause. Ex. Alaina liked the blue cases, not the panda case.
  • 9. Compound- Complex Sentences. A Compound- Complex Sentence has two independent clauses and one subordinate clause. Ex. Alaina likes the blue cases and the Hello Kitty case, not the panda case.
  • 10. The End

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