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Types of Sentences: Declarative, Imperative, Interrogative, Exclamatory

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Diana Vasich

on 15 May 2014

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

Imperative, Declarative,
and Exclamatory

Types of Sentences
. Statement .
A sentence that makes a statement.
. Command .
Tells or requests someone to do something.
? Question ?
A sentence that asks a question.
Willow warblers travel five thousand miles in the fall.
Theodore planted sunflowers.
Read about sunflowers in the encyclopedia.
Study your vocab words to do well on your Words Their Way test.
How do we defeat the mutant sunflowers before they take over the world?
Punctuation: A period.
Punctuation: A period.
Punctuation: A question mark.
! Exclamation !
A sentence that expresses strong feeling.
Watch out for the car!
Your jacket just blew away!
Punctuation: An exclamation point!
Objective: Identify types of sentences and create a comic strip to demonstrate each type.
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