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  • The types of sentences By: Shamar Swift 10/8/13 ELA/4th
  • Interrogative Sentences • An Interrogative sentences is when the sentences is asking a question at will end in a question mark(?) • Example : Will Randy Orton beat Daniel Bryan at Battleground?
  • Declarative sentences • Declarative sentences is when the sentences is a makes command.Its ends with a period(.) • Example: Big Show knocked out Daniel now.
  • Exclamatory sentences • An Exclamatory sentences is when the sentences so very strong action and ends with a Exclamation point(!) • Ex: YES,YES,YES!
  • Imperative sentences • Imperative sentences is when the sentences is making a statement it also ends with a period(.) • Example: The Shield is unstoppable.
  • Simple sentences • A simple sentences is when the sentences just have 1 independent clause. • Ex: Randy Orton RKO Daniel Bryan.
  • Complex sentences • A complex sentences is when It has one independent clause and one dependent cause. • Ex: Daniel Bryan will try his hardest to win the belt.
  • Compound sentences • A compound sentences is when they have two independent clause. • Ex:The USO want to be come the tag team champions,so they work hard to get their chance at the belts.
  • Compound-Complex sentences • A compound- complex sentences has two independent clause and one dependent clause. • Ex: Dolph Zigger likes to show off,so he shows off in his matches and this helps him earn his many title.
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