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Types of Sentences: Declarative, Imperative, Interrogative, Exclamatory

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Nic Skaggs

on 7 January 2013

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Transcript of Types of Sentences: Declarative, Imperative, Interrogative, Exclamatory

Imperative, Declarative,
and Exclamatory Types of Sentences Declarative Sentences A sentence that makes a statement. Imperative Sentences Tells or requests someone to do something. Interrogative Sentences A sentence that asks a question. Examples:
Willow warblers travel five thousand miles in the fall.
Theodore planted mutant sunflowers. Examples:
Read about mutant sunflowers in the encyclopedia.
Study your vocab words to ensure a good grade in Mr. Skaggs' class. Examples:
Why do mutant sunflowers kill?
How do we defeat the mutant sunflowers before they take over the world? Punctuation: A period. Punctuation: A period. Punctuation: A question mark. Exclamatory Sentences A sentence that expresses strong feeling. Examples:
Watch out for the mutant sunflowers!
Your toupee just blew away! Punctuation: An exclamation point! You need your notebooks and your homework from Friday out to grade.
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