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Four types-of-sentences

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Four types-of-sentences

  1. 1. There are four types of sentences: Declarative Imperative Exclamatory Interrogative
  2. 2. • A declarative sentence makes a statement.• It is punctuated by a period.• Example: The dog in the neighbor’s yard is barking.
  3. 3. • An imperative sentence is a command or polite request.• It ends in a period or exclamation mark.• Examples: Close the door. (command) Please be quiet. (polite request)
  4. 4. • An exclamatory sentence expresses great emotion or excitement.• It ends in an exclamation mark.• Example: The house is on fire!
  5. 5. An interrogative sentence asks aquestion.It ends in a ? mark.Example:Is it raining?
  6. 6. Now let’s take a pop quiz.You have an answer sheet on which to record your answers.You may use these abbreviations: dec.(declarative), imp.(imper-ative),ex. (exclamatory), int. (interrogative).1. Have you made a decision yet?2. The girl in the white jacket is lost.3. The Bulldogs won the game in the last three minutes!4. Give me a piece of pizza.5. I did not finish my homework.6. Where is my science book?7. Please come with me to the movies.8. I made a perfect score on this test!9. Why is John late for our date?10. Open your locker immediately.
  7. 7. Check your answers…1. Int2. Dec 0-1 mistakes EXCELLENT3. Ex 2-3 mistakes GOOD4. Imp5. Dec 4-5 mistakes FAIR6. Int More than 5 mistakes…7. Imp view slide show again8. Ex9. In10. Imp
  8. 8. By using the four types of sentences in your writing, you canmake your paragraphs more interesting.Read the sample paragraph below. My favorite type of fast food is pizza. I could eat pizzamorning, noon, or night. Pepperoni is my number one choice.I also like double cheese on top. I wish I could order a pizzaright now.Boring, right? Let’s see how we can use the four types ofsentences and make it more interesting to the reader.
  9. 9. What is your favorite type of fast food? Myfavorite is pizza. I just love pepperoni and doublecheese. Sometimes I think I could eat pizzamorning, noon and night! All of this talk about pizzais making me hungry. Let’s order a pizza now.This is more interesting, right? In this sample we used the fourdifferent types of sentences. They provided emotion, excitement,pizzazz to our paragraph.Now you try. On your worksheet you will find a paragraphconsisting of nothing but declarative sentences. Rewrite yourparagraph so that you utilize the four types of sentences.
  10. 10. This summer I visited Six Flags Over Texas.Several of my friends went with me. We had lots of fun.There were lots of exciting rides. My favorite was the Titanrollercoaster. It had lots of twists and turns at 90 miles per hour.We rode it at least three times. I would like to visit Six Flags again.

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