Sentences. Declarative, Interrogative, and Exclamatory. Table of Contents. 3 Fix Its 4 Grammar Transparency 1 5- 8 Grammar and Writing Practice pages 1-4 9-10 Declarative Sentences 11-12 Interrogative Sentences 13-14 Exclamatory Sentences 15-20 Review
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Declarative, Interrogative, and Exclamatory
These are the most important types of sentences.
These sentences will tell you facts, opinions, and other statements.
This type of sentence will end with a period.
The sky is blue.
I am a third grade student.
We will go to the movies tomorrow.
He is a great reader.
We have a program in the morning.
Our class is having a party on Friday!
An interrogative sentences asks a question.
This type of sentence is usually asked directly to someone.
This type of sentence ends with a question mark.
Can you repeat the question?
Are we going to have recess today?
What is your favorite movie?
How do you answer this question?
Do you have an extra pencil?
This is a sentence that has very strong emotion or surprise.
Exclamatory sentences express the intense feelings of a person.
This type of sentence ends with an exclamation point. (!)
What a beautiful day!
I am angry!
You did a great job!
I love the color of your room!
You won the prize!
That is a huge whale!
I am a fourth grade teacher.
What type of sentence is this?
Who is your teacher?
We won the prize!