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Different Kinds of Sentences according to Function and Purpose

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Oral reading activities with two students pretending to be the two main characters in the short skit. The teacher would ask about the sentences used in the skit and its function and purpose. Then he/she will proceed in discussing the different kinds of sentences according to it's function and purpose. Next is an activity and finally, group activity wherein the students should make a skit using the different kinds of sentences according to its function and purpose.

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Different Kinds of Sentences according to Function and Purpose

  1. 1. John: Hi Alice!Alice: Oh! Hello John.John: Where are you going?Alice: I’m going to meet my friends coming from Virginia.USA,John: Do you have any transportation?Alice: Yes! I have my Volkswagen but it is too small. I wish Ihad a big van like Volvo van. Can I borrow yours?John: Well, I can lend you my vanand even drive you to meet yourfriends at the airport.Alice: That’s great! We can showthem the beautiful view of ourfamous Roxas Boulevard and the finehotels we have here.“ A friend in need is a friend indeed ”
  2. 2. John: I know a restaurant where food is delicious. Wecan eat there while watching the sunset. Come on nowor we may be late!Alice: Thank you John. Please, don’t forget to bring yourcamera for our souvenir.
  3. 3. The Different Kinds of Sentences AccordingThe Different Kinds of Sentences Accordingto Function or Purposeto Function or PurposeA sentence may be classified by function as:• Declarative Sentence – states an idea or a fact andends with a period• Interrogative Sentence – asks a question and endswith a question mark• Imperative Sentence – gives order, a request, or adirection and ends with a period or an exclamation point• Exclamatory Sentence – conveys a strong emotionand ends with an exclamation point.
  4. 4. Identify the purpose of the followingIdentify the purpose of the followingsentences:sentences:1.1. Hurry up!Hurry up!2.2. Would you please pick up the phone?Would you please pick up the phone?3.3. What time is it?What time is it?4.4. I always attend the Sunday mass with myI always attend the Sunday mass with myfamily.family.5.5. Philippines is called “The Pearl of the Orient”.Philippines is called “The Pearl of the Orient”.
  5. 5. Exercise A. Classify each of the following sentencesExercise A. Classify each of the following sentencesand indicate the correct end punctuation.and indicate the correct end punctuation.___ 1. How thrilled Juliet was to become a queen___ 2. Where did she get so many flowers___ 3. Children should not go near the animals at the zoo___ 4. Come home immediately after school___ 5. Don’t answer the first five questions___ 6. It was a large fire, but it was finally put out___ 7. How many houses were burned___ 8. What a miserable sight the homeless familiespresented___ 9. I’m very glad to see you___ 10. Let’s cheer for the winner
  6. 6. Exercise A. KEY TO CORRECTIONExercise A. KEY TO CORRECTIONExclamatory 1. How thrilled Juliet was to become aqueen (!)Interrogative 2. Where did she get so many flowers (?)Declarative 3. Children should not go near theanimals at the zoo (.)Imperative 4. Come home immediately after school (.)Imperative 5. Don’t answer the first five questions (.)Declarative 6. It was a large fire, but it was finally putout (.)Interrogative 7. How many houses were burned (?)Exclamatory 8. What a miserable sight the homelessfamilies presented (!)Declarative 9. I’m very glad to see you (.)Imperative 10. Let’s cheer for the winner (!) or (.)
  7. 7. Exercise A. KEY TO CORRECTIONExercise A. KEY TO CORRECTIONExclamatory 1. How thrilled Juliet was to become aqueen (!)Interrogative 2. Where did she get so many flowers (?)Declarative 3. Children should not go near theanimals at the zoo (.)Imperative 4. Come home immediately after school (.)Imperative 5. Don’t answer the first five questions (.)Declarative 6. It was a large fire, but it was finally putout (.)Interrogative 7. How many houses were burned (?)Exclamatory 8. What a miserable sight the homelessfamilies presented (!)Declarative 9. I’m very glad to see you (.)Imperative 10. Let’s cheer for the winner (!) or (.)

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