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Types of Sentences

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jeannine cepero

on 15 August 2015

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Types of Sentences
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Is a complete thought.
Starts with capital letter.
Ends with end mark
. ? !
Example- The weather predicted rain today.
Declarative Sentence
Makes a statement
Ends with a period
Example- Did you bring your umbrella to school?
Interrogative Sentence
Asks a question
Ends with a question mark
Example- The tornado is headed right for us!
Exclamatory Sentence
Shows strong emotion or urgency
Ends with an exclamation point
Example- Go get your raincoat.
Imperative Sentence
Gives a command or request
The subject is you understood
1. Did you remember to bring your permission slip?

2. I prepared my script for KNN.

3. I have a doctor's appointment after school.

4. Finish your homework before you go out to play.

5. Watch out for the lightning!

6. Who's house are you visiting this weekend?
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