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