“4 Types of Sentences” Printable Worksheets
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Types of Sentences
There are four main types of sentences: Declarative, Interrogative, Imperative, and Exclamatory.
Each type of sentence serves a different purpose and will be explained below. Each type of sentence also requires a specific punctuation, but this is not the only way to determine sentence type.
Declarative: A declarative sentence gives some type of information. Declarative sentences end in a period and offer an explanation for something or just basic information.
Example: The girl jumped over the puddle to keep from getting her feet wet.
Interrogative: An interrogative sentence asks a question. Interrogative sentences always end with a question mark.
Example: What are you going to do after the movie?
Imperative: An imperative sentence is bossy and/or gives a command. Imperative sentences end with a period.
Example: Go to your room right away.
Exclamatory: An exclamatory sentence shows strong feelings. Exclamatory sentences end with an exclamation point. This is an easy way to identify this sentence type.
Example: I’m so excited to go to the party after school!
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