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4 Kinds of Sentences

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Whitney Ebert

on 15 September 2011

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Transcript of 4 Kinds of Sentences

Sentence
Types Types of Sentences declarative
interrogative
exclamatory
imperative declarative makes a statement
a telling sentence
gives the reader information
ends in a period (.) The boy walked his dog to the park. interrogative a question sentence
asks a question
ends in a question mark (?) Do you like to eat ice cream? imperative gives a command
tells someone what to do
ends in a period Please sit down. exclamatory shows strong feeling
ends in an exclamation point (!) The monster is attacking! ? ! !
Content Standards Sentence Structure:
Students will be able to understand and be able to use complete and correct declarative, interrogative, imperative, and exclamatory sentences in writing and speaking. Citations Question Statement Command exclamation Video Clips:
Mama2camacho. (2010) 4 Types of Sentences. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com

Tapestry (Producer). (2005). A Closer Look at Sentences. [Video Segment]. Retrieved from http://www.discoveryeducation.com/

Tapestry (Producer). (2005). Asking & Telling: A Trip to Africa. [Video Segment]. Retrieved from http://www.discoveryeducation.com/

Images:

Boy Walking Dog. Photographer: Sonya Etchison. Retrieved from http://us.fotolia.com/id/1423531.

Sit-down. Image retrieved from http://the-fool-returns-to-his-chair.blogspot.com/2007_05_01_archive.html

Monster Attacking City (2010). Photographer: Margaret Grissom. Retrieved from: http://depositphotos.com/4328075/stock-illustration-Monster-Attacking-City.html

Ice Cream Cone. Retrieved from http://remaxaffiliates.wordpress.com/2011/07/15/the-5th-annual-ultimate-philadelphia-ice-cream-festival-at-reading-terminal/
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