Work together in pairs: Q: What are the four types of sentences?
Four Types of Sentences
Imperative: A sentence that gives a command or request. Declarative: A sentence that makes a statement Interrogative: A sentence that asks a question. Exclamatory: A sentence that expresses strong emotion!
Can you give me an example of a declarative sentence?
Work together in pairs: What is the difference between a declarative sentence and an interrogative sentence?
Would you rather only speak in declarative sentences or only speak in exclamatory sentences?
- Speak in declarative sentences
- Speak in exclamatory sentences
Did you know?
The longest sentence ever written in English is 823 words long and was written by William Faulkner in his novel 'Absalom, Absalom!' The shortest sentence in the English language is only two letters long: 'I!'.
Would you rather only speak in exclamatory sentences or only speak in interrogative sentences?
- Only speak in exclamatory sentences
- Only speak in interrogative sentences
Can you give an example of an imperative sentence?
Work together in pairs: What type of sentence can be used to ask a question?
What type of sentence gives a command or makes a request?
What type of sentence asks a question?
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