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Sentences

interrogative, imperative, exclamatory, declarative
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on 9 April 2012

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Interrogative Imperative Declarative Exclamatory Four Types of Sentences Created By: Jonathan Nguyen, Christopher Barry, Joe Christensen, and Brayden Utley Imperative Sentence- A imperative sentences is used as a command. It always ends in a period. Read and Copy the examples below.

Ex.1 Go get the bread from the kitchen, so we can make toast.

Ex.2 Go water the plants, so they don't die.

Ex.3 "Turn on the light because I need some light to read." said Grandma.

Declarative Sentence- A declarative sentence is used when something or somebody is trying to say something. It always ends in a .

Ex.1 My brother doesn't like to eat pie because his stomach hurts after.

Ex.2 The pie was very good, but I think my brother didn't like it.

Ex.3 My brother didn't like the pie so he threw it at Tim. Exclamatory Sentence- This is often used when someone or something is expressing excitement, sadness, anger, or other emotions. It always ends in a !

Ex.1 That was the best roller coaster ride ever!

Ex.2 Oh my gosh, I won a million dollars!

Ex.3 No! He's allergic to peanut butter! Interrogative Sentence-An interrogative sentence is a sentence that is asking something or someone a question. It always ends in a ? An interrogative sentence usually starts with who, what, where, when and why.

Ex.1 Have you ever been attacked by a fat man?

Ex.2 What time does the New Year Show start?

Ex.3 When was the last time you took a shower? Thank you for watching and listening to our presentation!
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