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Types of Sentences, Subject and Predicates

Students will learn the four basic types of sentences: declarative, imperative, interrogative, and exclamatory.

Jonathan Gugel

on 30 March 2011

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Transcript of Types of Sentences, Subject and Predicates

TYPES OF SENTENCES Declarative What is a sentence? A sentence is a group of words that expresses a complete thought. All sentences begin with a captial letter. A declarative sentence makes a
statement. It ends in a period (.) Imperative An imperative sentence is a request
or a command. This sentence usually
ends with a period. (.) Interrogative Exclamatory The exclamatory sentence is a
sentence that shows strong feeling.
It usually ends with a exclamation point. (!) The orange cat meowed
loudly out the window. Please go do your homework. What kind of sentence may begin with a "question"
word but not ask a question? What a marvelous invention! How many kinds of sentences are there? An interrogative is a question. It ends with a question mark. (?) Subjects and Predicates Subject What or who the sentence is about Example Mr. Gugel is weird! Mr. Gugel - is the subject Predicate what the subject does Example is wierd- is the predicate Simple Subjects Part of the subject;
only one word The beautiful girl
asked me to help. girl - the one thing we are talking about Simple Predicate the one thing the subject does asked - is the one thing the simple subject did NOW WE PRACTICE
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