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Kinds of sentences(d and i)

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Kinds of sentences(d and i)

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Kinds of sentences(d and i)

  1. 1. Kinds of SentencesKinds of Sentences Declarative and Interrogative
  2. 2. DECLARATIVE SENTENCES INTERROGATIVE SENTENCES  We have broccoli in the refrigerator.  The sky is blue.  We will watch Finding Dory later.  It is raining.  My pet is a panda.  Do we have a broccoli in the refrigerator?  Is the sky blue?  When will you watch Finding Dory?  Is it raining?  What is your pet?
  3. 3. DECLARATIVE SENTENCE •stating a fact or providing information •ends with a period (.) Ex: Ms. Charisse is beautiful.
  4. 4. INTERROGATIVE SENTENCE •asking a question •ends with a question mark (?) Example: Is Ms. Charisse beautiful?
  5. 5. I WANNA RUN TO YOU!
  6. 6. When is your birthday?
  7. 7. Canossa Academy is my school.
  8. 8. Are you happy?
  9. 9. Where do you live?
  10. 10. St. Magdalene is kind.
  11. 11. He is honest.
  12. 12. Do you care for mother earth?
  13. 13. September 3 is my birthday.
  14. 14. Do you brush your teeth everyday?
  15. 15. I live in Calamba City.
  16. 16. IMPERATIVE SENTENCES EXCLAMATORY SENTENCES  Please close the door when you leave.  Don’t click your fingernails on the desk.  Don’t run.  Please take a sit.  This is so cool!  Don’t run and slip on the ice!  That’s amazing!  Ouch! It hurts!
  17. 17. IMPERATIVE SENTENCE •give commands •make a request •ends with a period (.) Ex: Sit down. Please be quiet.
  18. 18. EXCLAMATORY SENTENCE •express strong emotions or feelings •ends with an exclamatory point (!) Ex: Wow! What a surprise! That’s amazing!
  19. 19. Identify whether the sentence is declarative, interrogative, imperative or exclamatory. 1. We decided to climb the tall tree. 2.What is wrong with Mrs. Stewart? 3.Are you sure that you want to spend your money on that toy? 4.That was so exciting! 5.Leave my sister alone.
  20. 20. 6. Pick some fresh flowers for the vase. 7. Please put your boots before you go out in the train. 8. My grandfather will slowly regain his health after the surgery. 9. You drive me crazy! 10.Jackson was hired at the grocery store in June. Identify whether the sentence is declarative, interrogative, imperative or exclamatory.

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