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Types of sentences #2 ken
Types of sentences #2 ken
Types of sentences #2 ken
Types of sentences #2 ken
Types of sentences #2 ken
Types of sentences #2 ken
Types of sentences #2 ken
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  • 1. TYPES OF SENTENCES Larkins,Kennedy 10/4/13 ELA/5th
  • 2. Declarative Sentence •A declarative sentence is a sentence that makes a statement or expresses an opinion. Use a period at the end of these sentences. •Ex. Beaches are the best vacation spots.
  • 3. Interrogative Sentence • An interrogative sentence is a sentence that asks a question and ends in a question mark. •Ex.What did you get for Christmas?
  • 4. Exclamatory Sentence • An exclamatory sentence is a sentence that expresses strong feeling and ends with an exclamation mark Ex. Those puppies are so cute!
  • 5. Imperative Sentence • An imperative sentence gives a command or request . Use a exclamation mark after an imperative sentence that contains strong emotion, but a period after one that contains mild emotion. Ex. Stop running in the house!
  • 6. Simple Sentence • A simple sentence has one independent clause. Ex. Josh likes video games.
  • 7. Compound Sentence • A compound sentence has two independent clauses joined by a coordinating conjunction, conjunctive adverb, or semicolon alone. •Ex. Amy could go outside, but she had to bring an umbrella.
  • 8. Complex Sentence •A complex sentence has one dependent clause joined to an independent clause •Ex. Even thoughTony wanted to go to the movies,Vick wanted to go to the park.
  • 9. Compound-Complex Sentence •A compound-complex sentence is when a sentence has two independent clauses joined to one or more dependent clauses. •Ex. I want to go to Six Flags withVanessa, but since she’s sick, I’ll have to go by myself.

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