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Four Types of Sentences

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Amanda Terceño

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Transcript of Four Types of Sentences


2. Where do broken hearts go?


3. Kindly give me a few minutes.


4. Yes! I am going to the zoo!
A
declarative sentence
tells something about a person, thing, place or event. Take note, it usually ends with a period. Also, it makes a statement.

Example :
1. Pope Francis visited the Philippines last January 15-19, 2015.
2. Manila is the capital of the Philippines.
An
imperative sentence
gives a command or makes a request. It usually ends with a period but can, under certain circumstances, end with an exclamation point.
Types of Imperative Sentence
1.
Request
- normally starts with please, kindly and ends with a period.
Example :
* Please lower your voice.
* Kindly stay on your seats.

2.
Command
- Directly giving instructions and ends with a period (sometimes ending with exclamation point).
* Halt!
* I need you to sit down.
An
interrogative sentence
asks a question. This type of sentence often begins with who, what, where, when, why, how, or do, and it ends with a question mark.
What is a Sentence?
a sentence is a word or group of words that has a complete meaning. It starts with a capital letter.
1. Jodi Picoult's books are about family issues.
An
exclamatory sentenc
e
is a sentence that expresses great emotion such as excitement,
surprise, happiness and anger, and
ends with an exclamation point.
Generalization:

*
Declarative sentences
make a statement to relay information or ideas. Ends with period.
*
Imperative sentences
issue commands or requests or they can express a desire or wish. They are punctuated with a simple period or exclamation point.
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Interrogative sentences
always ask a question and end in a question mark.
*
Exclamatory sentences
express strong emotion.Ends with exclamation point.

Seatwork :

* Write at least 2 paragraphs of your best travel experience (you can choose your title) and use the 4 kinds of sentences.
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