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Imperative, Declarative,
Interrogative,
and Exclamatory

Types of Sentences
Declarative Sentences
A declarative sentence is a sentence that makes a statement.
Imperative Sentences
An imperative sentence tells or requests someone to do something.
Interrogative Sentences
An interrogative sentence asks a question.
Examples:
I like ice cream.
In the summertime, ice cream is refreshing.
Examples:
Pick up ice cream at the grocery store.
Please get strawberry ice cream.
Examples:
What is your favorite ice cream flavor?
Do you like sprinkles or whipped cream on your ice cream?
Punctuation: A period.
Punctuation: A period.
Punctuation: A question mark.
Exclamatory Sentences
Exclamatory sentences express strong feeling.
Examples:
I hate ice cream with peanut butter!
I love banana splits!
Punctuation: An exclamation point!
You need your notebooks and your homework from Friday out to grade.
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