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4Kinds of Sentences
Transcript of 4Kinds of Sentences
Ex: I am going to the store.
Ex: I told her to wear that top.
Ex: Yesterday I got off the bus early and cleaned the house. Second is Imperative Imperative sentences give a command or makes a request.
Ex: Go get Jimmy from school.
Ex: Fix the car please.
Ex: Pass the butter. Next is interrogative. Interrogative sentences asks a question.
Ex: Should I eat at McDonald's or Pizza Hut for dinner?
Ex: Do you want to go to the mall or see a movie?
Ex: Did you let the dog out? The fourth and final sentence type is Exclamatory! Exclamatory sentences express strong emotion or feeling.
Ex: I can't believe they are getting married!
Ex: I can't wait to graduate!
Ex: Your mom is going to freak out if we don't pick up the house! Now it's Your Turn To Try! In these next few sentences I want you to decide as a class what type of sentence is being shown. Tommy went to school on Wednesday. Tommy, did you go to school on Wednesday? Tommy, go to school on Wednesday. Tommy had a food fight at school on Wednesday! Which are which??? Declarative Interrogative Imperative EXCLAMATORY!!! Declarative Interrogative Imperative Exclamatory! Welcome Back to Another Ep of Did You Know? Sentence Types!