Mccook, zoya
6th period
English language
arts
A declarative sentence is a sentence that forms a
statement.
Example : We are going to Six Flags for Sally's birthday
part...
Interrogative sentences are sentences that form a
question.
Example : What are you doing for your birthday on
Monday ?
An imperative sentence states a command or request.
Example : Go get the invitations for your birthday
party.
An exclamatory sentence expresses powerful feelings
or emotions.
Example : I cant wait to turn up at my birthday party !
A simple sentence has one independent clause.
Example : My friends, and I went to Fright Fest for
Halloween.
A compound sentence has two independent clauses
joined by coordinating conjunctions, conjunctive
adverbs or semicolons.
Ex...
A complex sentence has one dependent clause joined
to a independent clause.
Example : Since Mariah was going to Netherworl...
A compound-complex sentence has two independent
clauses joined to one or more dependent clauses.
Example : While Zoya was ...
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Types of sentences

  1. 1. Mccook, zoya 6th period English language arts
  2. 2. A declarative sentence is a sentence that forms a statement. Example : We are going to Six Flags for Sally's birthday party.
  3. 3. Interrogative sentences are sentences that form a question. Example : What are you doing for your birthday on Monday ?
  4. 4. An imperative sentence states a command or request. Example : Go get the invitations for your birthday party.
  5. 5. An exclamatory sentence expresses powerful feelings or emotions. Example : I cant wait to turn up at my birthday party !
  6. 6. A simple sentence has one independent clause. Example : My friends, and I went to Fright Fest for Halloween.
  7. 7. A compound sentence has two independent clauses joined by coordinating conjunctions, conjunctive adverbs or semicolons. Example : Jasmine wanted to go to a haunted house but Jalen wanted to go trick or treating .
  8. 8. A complex sentence has one dependent clause joined to a independent clause. Example : Since Mariah was going to Netherworld for Halloween, she asked if Myra wanted to come.
  9. 9. A compound-complex sentence has two independent clauses joined to one or more dependent clauses. Example : While Zoya was in Paris , Jonathan went to a Halloween party, and Ricky went trick or treating with friends.

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