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Interrogative, Declarative, Imperative

Sentence pattern & construction basics

Joseph Golden

on 22 October 2012

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Transcript of Interrogative, Declarative, Imperative

Interrogative, Declarative, Imperative Three Types of Sentences You NEED to Write Well Interrogative Sentence Defined:

1. Asks a question.

2. Always ends with a question mark. Declarative Sentence Imperative Sentence Defined:

1. Makes a statement.

2. Always ends with a period. Defined:

1. Gives advice or instructions.

2. Expresses a request or command. Inigo Montoya: I do not mean to pry, but you don't by any chance happen to have six fingers on your right hand?
Man in Black: Do you always begin conversations this way?

(Mandy Patinkin and Cary Elwes in The Princess Bride, 1987) "Sonny, true love is the greatest thing in the world, except for a nice MLT: mutton, lettuce and tomato sandwich, where the mutton is nice and lean and the tomato is ripe."

(Billy Crystal as Miracle Max in The Princess Bride, 1984) Westley: Give us the gate key.
Yellin: I have no gate key.
Inigo Montoya: Fezzik, tear his arms off.
Yellin: Oh, you mean this gate key.

(The Princess Bride, 1987)
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