DECLARATIVE AND INTERROGATIVE SENTENCES

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DECLARATIVE AND INTERROGATIVE SENTENCES

  1. 1. DECLARATIVE AND INTERROGATIVE SENTENCES By: Ningsih SM Didit Widowati S
  2. 2. SENTENCE Declarative Interrogative Exclamatory Imperative
  3. 3. What is sentence? • Sentence is a group of words with a subject and a predicate and expresses a complete thought. • Example: Odysseus go the kingdom of Troy Subject P Object
  4. 4. Declarative Sentence • Definition A declarative sentence is a sentences in the form of a statement. It ends with period. • Example : –The people in Batam named the river as Sungai Jodoh since Mah Bongsu found her husband there(.) –The great inventor Daedalus and his son Icarus have been banished from Athens(.)
  5. 5. Interrogative Sentence • Definition Interrogative sentence is a sentences in the form of a question. It ends with a question mark. • Example : –Did you finish to read Fantine, Cossette, Marius, Saint and Idyl Dennis and also Jean Valjean parts in Les Miserables(?) –What is the moral lesson that you get after you watch The Beowulf movie(?)
  6. 6. Exclamatory Sentence • Definition Exclamatory sentence is the sentence that expresses strong feelings or emotions. It ends with an exclamation mark. • Example: How beautiful the waving wheat looks!
  7. 7. Imperative Sentence • Definition Imperative sentence is a sentence that expresses a command or request. It ends with a period. • Example: Begin harvesting the wheat tomorrow.
  8. 8. Differences DECLARATIVE It expresses a statement. It ends with a period. The people in Batam named the river as Sungai Jodoh since Mah Bongsu found her husband there(.) INTERROGATIVE Asks a question. It ends in a question mark. Have you finished reading Fantine, Cossette, Marius, Saint and Idyl Dennis and also Jean Valjean parts in Les Miserables(?) IMPERATIVE Gives a command or makes a request. Ends with a period. Begin harvesting the wheat tomorrow. EXCLAMATORY Expresses strong feeling. Ends with an exclamation mark. How beautiful the waving wheat looks!

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