Declarative- A declarative sentence is a
sentence that shows a statement.
Ex: Jim love to play basketball with his friends.
Ex: Tom hangs out with his friends everyday.
Interrogative- A interrogative sentence is a
sentence that asks a question.
Ex: Do you want to go to the pool today?
Ex: What is your favorite TV show?
Exclamatory- A exclamatory sentence is a
sentence that shows excitement.
Ex: I love to go to the beach everyday!
Ex: You are awesome at basketball!
Imperative- A command sentence is a sentence
that gives a command.
Ex: Go clean your room right now.
Ex: Pick up your toys off the ground.
A simple sentence is a sentence that has one
Lets got bowling today John.
Some students like to study in the mornings.
A compound sentence contains two
independent clauses joined by a coordinator.
I love football ,but I love basketball more.
I tried to speak Spanish, and my friend tried to
A sentence that contains an independent clause
and a dependent clause.
The house which Abraham was born in is still
The town where I was born in is in the United
A compound-complex sentence that has two
independent clauses and one or more
John went to school, but James remained at
home because he had a sore throat.
If he changes his mind, we shall know for sure
that Joe has learned his lesson, but only time will