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Four Kinds of  SentencesEnglish Language Arts Notes
Declarative
Declarative•A declarative sentencemakes a statement.
Declarative•A declarative sentencemakes a statement.•It always ends with aperiod “.”
•   I walked my sister to school today.
•I walked my sister to school today.• Our family went to Six Flags this weekend.
•   I walked my sister to school today.• Our family went to Six Flags this    weekend.•   He is not feeling well this even...
Interrogative
Interrogative•   An interrogative    sentence asks a question.
Interrogative•   An interrogative    sentence asks a question.•   It ends with a question    mark “?”
•   What time is it?
•What time is it?• How do you figure out this math problem?
•   What time is it?• How do you figure out this    math problem?•   Can you walk with me to the    classroom?
Imperative
Imperative• An imperative sentence gives a command or makes a request.
Imperative• An imperative sentence gives    a command or makes a    request.•   It usually ends with a period. “.”    Some...
•   Ashleen, close the door behind    you.
•   Ashleen, close the door behind    you.•   Take out the trash before you go    to bed.
•   Ashleen, close the door behind    you.•   Take out the trash before you go    to bed.•   Please make sure to complete ...
Exclamatory
Exclamatory• An exclamatory sentence expresses a  strong feeling.
Exclamatory• An exclamatory sentence expresses a  strong feeling.• It ends with an exclamation point. “!”
•   Watch out for that car!
•Watch out for that car!• I can’t believe they finally won!
•Watch out for that car!• I can’t believe they finally won!• Don’t eat that worm!
•   DECLARATIVE
•DECLARATIVE• INTERROGATIVE
•DECLARATIVE• INTERROGATIVE• IMPERATIVE
•DECLARATIVE• INTERROGATIVE• IMPERATIVE• EXCLAMATORY
•Where do I put this?• Stop talking during the test!• I have Twinkies for my snack.• Happy Birthday!
Kinds Of Sentences
Kinds Of Sentences
Kinds Of Sentences
Kinds Of Sentences
Kinds Of Sentences
Kinds Of Sentences
Kinds Of Sentences
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Kinds Of Sentences

  1. 1. Four Kinds of SentencesEnglish Language Arts Notes
  2. 2. Declarative
  3. 3. Declarative•A declarative sentencemakes a statement.
  4. 4. Declarative•A declarative sentencemakes a statement.•It always ends with aperiod “.”
  5. 5. • I walked my sister to school today.
  6. 6. •I walked my sister to school today.• Our family went to Six Flags this weekend.
  7. 7. • I walked my sister to school today.• Our family went to Six Flags this weekend.• He is not feeling well this evening.
  8. 8. Interrogative
  9. 9. Interrogative• An interrogative sentence asks a question.
  10. 10. Interrogative• An interrogative sentence asks a question.• It ends with a question mark “?”
  11. 11. • What time is it?
  12. 12. •What time is it?• How do you figure out this math problem?
  13. 13. • What time is it?• How do you figure out this math problem?• Can you walk with me to the classroom?
  14. 14. Imperative
  15. 15. Imperative• An imperative sentence gives a command or makes a request.
  16. 16. Imperative• An imperative sentence gives a command or makes a request.• It usually ends with a period. “.” Sometimes you can use an exclamation point. “!”
  17. 17. • Ashleen, close the door behind you.
  18. 18. • Ashleen, close the door behind you.• Take out the trash before you go to bed.
  19. 19. • Ashleen, close the door behind you.• Take out the trash before you go to bed.• Please make sure to complete your homework tonight.
  20. 20. Exclamatory
  21. 21. Exclamatory• An exclamatory sentence expresses a strong feeling.
  22. 22. Exclamatory• An exclamatory sentence expresses a strong feeling.• It ends with an exclamation point. “!”
  23. 23. • Watch out for that car!
  24. 24. •Watch out for that car!• I can’t believe they finally won!
  25. 25. •Watch out for that car!• I can’t believe they finally won!• Don’t eat that worm!
  26. 26. • DECLARATIVE
  27. 27. •DECLARATIVE• INTERROGATIVE
  28. 28. •DECLARATIVE• INTERROGATIVE• IMPERATIVE
  29. 29. •DECLARATIVE• INTERROGATIVE• IMPERATIVE• EXCLAMATORY
  30. 30. •Where do I put this?• Stop talking during the test!• I have Twinkies for my snack.• Happy Birthday!

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