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Sentences

  1. 1. Sentences: Types & Structures By: Antone’ Joseph Oct. 8, 2013 Mrs. Dawson 6th English Language Arts Exclamatory Simple Compound-Complex Imperative
  2. 2. Declarative Sentences • Declarative Sentences- make a complete statement. • These sentences end with periods. • Ex. La’Nae bought herself a dress, sandals, a hat, and bracelets.
  3. 3. Interrogative Sentences • Interrogative Sentences- ask questions. • These sentences end with question marks.(?) • Ex. What outfit should La’Nae buy her best friend, Kianna? or
  4. 4. Exclamatory Sentences • Exclamatory Sentences- show excitement. • These sentences end with exclamation points. (!) • Ex. La’Nae told Kianna that she would buy her an outfit. Kianna said “ Thank you!”
  5. 5. Imperative Sentences • Imperative Sentences- tell a command. • These sentences end with exclamation points. (!) • Ex. Kianna wanted matching earrings too. I said, “ you better pay me back for these earrings!”
  6. 6. Simple Sentences • Simple Sentences- 1 independent clause. • Ex. Kianna liked the outfit and the earrings. &
  7. 7. Compound Sentences • Compound Sentences- include 2 independent clause. • Ex. La’Nae wanted to buy another outfit for herself. La’Nae went to the mall to find a outfit.
  8. 8. Complex Sentences • Complex Sentences- 1 independent clause and 1 subordinate clause. • Ex. I like the pink skirt, not the turquoise. me
  9. 9. Compound-Complex Sentences • Compound-complex Sentences- 2 independent clauses and 1 subordinate clause. • Ex. I bought the pink skirt, not the turquoise. The pink skirt was better for me.
  10. 10. The End Sentences Fashion

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