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6th period 7c ela, types of sentences power point, Tijani, Julianne. due october 8, 2013

6th period 7c ela, types of sentences power point, Tijani, Julianne. due october 8, 2013

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  • 1. TYPES OF SENTENCES BY: Julianne Tijani Ms. Dawson 6th period Team 7C
  • 2. TYPES OF SENTENCES eclarative Sentence nterrogative Sentence mperative Sentence
  • 3. DECLARATIVE SENTENCE declarative sentence makes a statement, they end in periods. The dog is running.
  • 4. INTERROGATIVE SENTENCE n interrogative sentence asks a question, these sentences end with question marks. Have you taken the dog for a walk?
  • 5. IMPERATIVE SENTENCE n imperative sentence gives a command, they end with periods. Feed the dog.
  • 6. EXCLAMATORY SENTENCE n exclamatory sentence expresses strong emotion, the usually end with exclamation points. The dog is missing!
  • 7. SENTENCE STRUCTURE
  • 8. SENTENCE STRUCTURE imple ompound omplex
  • 9. SIMPLE SENTENCE as one independent clause Anne likes cats
  • 10. COMPOUND as 2 independent clauses joined by a coordinating conjunction. Anne likes cats, but Julie ikes dogs.
  • 11. COMPLEX as 1 dependent clause and 1 independent clause lthough Anne likes ats, she has a hamster.
  • 12. COMPOUND-COMPLEX as two independent clauses and one or more dependent clauses While Anne likes cats, Julie ikes dogs, Jessica however