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Kinds of Sentences

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Lydia Ramsey

on 28 September 2017

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felicia began to mutter words of a spell to encourage her friend olivia otiose to hurry. isabelle ingenuous put her hand over felicias mouth to stop her from uttering her spell and she warned her freind
Kinds of Sentences
A sentence is a group of words that expresses a complete thought. A sentence consists of a complete subject and a complete predicate. Sentences can be declarative, interrogative, imperative, and exclamatory.
Declarative Sentence
A declarative sentence makes a statement. It ends with a period.
Interrogative Sentence
An interrogative sentence asks a question. It ends with a question mark.
Imperative Sentences
An imperative sentence gives a command. It usually ends with a period but may end with an exclamation point. In imperative sentences, the subject is usually
you.
Exclamatory Sentences
An exclamatory sentence expresses a strong emotion. It ends with an exclamation point.
Subject/Predicate
The parts of a sentence are a subject and a predicate. The person, place, or thing that a sentence is about is the simple subject. The simple predicate, or verb, says what the subject is doing or being.
Kinds of Sentences
Drill
Soccer is a popular international sport.
Do you play soccer?
Where did Maria go?
Tell me the basic rules of soccer.
Grab that glass before it falls!
What a great shot you made!
You did a great job on your test!
Our school team won the soccer tournament.
Find the simple subject by asking who or what before the verb. The complete subject is the simple subject plus all the words and phrases that describe it. The complete predicate is the verb and all its modifiers and complements or objects.
Try it!
Tell whether each sentence is declarative, exclamatory, interrogative, or imperative.
1. Have you ever heard of Edson Arantes do Nascimento?
2. You may know him as Pele.
3. He is considered the greatest soccer player of all time.
4. Read about his records.
Classwork:
Workbook pages 89 and 100
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