Lewis and Clark and Me. Unit 1 Grammar Week 2. Imperative and Exclamatory Sentences. An imperative sentence gives a command or makes a request. Steer the boat. It usually begins with a verb and ends with a period. The subject (you) is not shown. Imperative Sentences.
Lewis and Clark and Me
Unit 1 Grammar Week 2
Imperative and Exclamatory Sentences
An imperative sentence gives a command or makes a request.
It usually begins with a verb and ends with a period. The subject (you) is not shown.
An exclamatory sentence shows strong feeling or surprise.
It ends with an exclamation mark.
Decide whether the sentence is imperative or exclamatory.
Look at the top of that skyscraper.
That’s one amazingly tall building!
Please take my photograph there.
Wow! I’ve never been in a city this huge!
Don’t go too close to the edge.
Buy your tickets here for the Statue of Liberty
What a long line this is
Please have your money ready
How wonderful the statue looks from the sea
Remember to bring your camera
the tall Empire State Building (exclamatory)
a map of the city (imperative)
toys in this toy store (exclamatory)
the busy street (imperative)
to the show (imperative)
Choose the letter of the word or the word and punctuation mark that complete each sentence.
Notice the bright sunlight and palm trees in _________.
A Florida?C Florida!
B FloridaD Florida
What a cold, gray place New York is in____________.
A comparison.C comparison!
B comparisonD comparison?
A Cities are incredibly noisy
B Give me the country any day.
C Ugh! I couldn’t live there?
D How do you put up with it.
Don’t talk to me about the country.
I hate mosquitos?
Do you really want to live with cows!
I prefer an apartment building
__________ me the photos you took in Philadelphia. (imperative)
___________ an enormous bell that is! (exclamatory)
_________ lucky you were it didn’t rain! (exclamatory)
Please _________ me a copy of that picture. (imperative)