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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #127594: Types of Sentences
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    Types of Sentences

    1. Declarative Sentence: A declarative sentence makes a statement and ends with a period.

        Example: Jill made a cake for her sister's birthday.


    2. Interrogative Sentence: An interrogative sentence asks a question and ends with a question mark.

        Example: Would you like to attend the concert tomorrow?


    3. Imperative Sentence: An imperative sentence gives a command or makes a request and ends with a period or an exclamation point.

        Example: Please open the windows.

                       Don't drop that bag!


    4. Exclamatory Sentence: An exclamatory sentence expresses strong emotion and ends with an exclamation point.

        Example: My trip to Australia is fantastic!

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    1. Ruby is preparing a party for her sister's graduation ceremony.

    2. Would you like to visit the zoo next week?

    3. Close the door, please.

    4. This is Sarah, my friend who works on a farm.

    5. Do not drink water during meals.

    6. After whom are the chinchilla ranches named?

    7. The cave exploration experience was so exciting!

    8. Do you like having a cat or a dog?

    9. Don't forget to clean up your room before you leave!

    10. Sue is going to visit her grandparents during the weekend.

    11. Everything is packed up and ready to move.

    12. I can't wait to see what Mom has brought us!

    13. Hold on to your seats!

    14. Are there really snails that are as big as a hand?

    15. It has been an awesome day!

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