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Grade 4 :: Types of Sentences by Mallie
Grade 4 :: Types of Sentences by Mallie
Grade 4 :: Sentence Structure by CiCi4
What type of sentence is this?

Are Jessica and Lilith sisters?
  1. declarative
  2. imperative
  3. exclamatory
  4. interrogative
Grade 4 :: Sentence Structure by mahaskins
Grade 4 :: Sentence Structure by mahaskins
Grade 4 :: Sentence Structure by mahaskins
Grade 4 :: Sentence Structure by mahaskins
A simple subject is                  .
  1. a noun and a verb
  2. a noun or pronoun
  3. a verb
  4. an adjective
Grade 4 :: Sentence Structure by LKSOUTH
A complete sentence must have:
  1. subject and article
  2. predicate and conjunction
  3. conjunction and article
  4. subject and predicate
Grade 4 :: Sentence Structure by mahaskins
Grade 4 :: Sentence Structure by LKSOUTH
Which of these is a complete sentence?
  1. My mother drove us to the lake.
  2. My father, brother and mother
  3. Came home from school today
Grade 4 :: Sentence Structure by mahaskins
Grade 4 :: Sentence Structure by CiCi4
What type of sentence is this?

I hope it snows ten inches on Saturday!
  1. exclamatory
  2. imperative
  3. interrogative
  4. declarative
Grade 4 :: Types of Sentences by szeiger
Which choice correctly combines the sentences below to create a compound sentence?

She saw a dog run in front of her. She fell off her bike.
  1. She saw a dog run in front of her, so she stopped and fell off her bike.
  2. She saw a dog in front of her, so she fell off her bike.
  3. She saw a dog in front of her, but she fell off her bike.
  4. She saw a dog in front of her which caused her to fall off her bike.
Grade 4 :: Sentence Structure by Claudinef
Choose the correct way to combine each pair of sentences into one compound sentence.

Bob dries the dishes. Mary puts them away.
  1. Bob dries, the dishes but Mary puts them away.
  2. Bob dries the dishes but, Mary puts them away.
  3. Bob dries the dishes, Mary puts them away.
  4. Bob dries the dishes, but Mary puts them away.
Grade 4 :: Sentence Structure by CiCi4
What type of sentence is this?

Put that dangerous piece of ice on the ground.
  1. interrogative
  2. declarative
  3. imperative
  4. exclamatory
Grade 4 :: Types of Sentences by Woodley
Identify the sentence type.
How fast does the Earth travel around the Sun?
  1. Imperative
  2. Exclamatory
  3. Interrogative
  4. Declarative
Grade 4 :: Types of Sentences by JeffreyLockett
While you were watching the movie.
  1. complete sentence
  2. complex sentence
  3. fragment
  4. imperative sentence
Grade 4 :: Types of Sentences by MCMarks
What type of sentence is this?

I am going to the football game this weekend.
  1. declarative
  2. imperative
  3. interrogative
  4. exclamatory
Grade 4 :: Types of Sentences by szeiger
Which choice correctly combines the two sentences to create a compound sentence?

She enjoys playing music. He enjoys watching TV.
  1. She enjoys playing music, and he enjoys watching TV.
  2. She enjoys playing music and he enjoys watching TV.
  3. She enjoys playing music and watching TV.
  4. He enjoys playing music and watching TV.
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