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Types of Sentences Questions - All Grades

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Grade 1 Types of Sentences CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.1.1j
Grade 8 Types of Sentences
Grade 8 Types of Sentences
Grade 4 Types of Sentences CCSS: CCRA.L.1
What type of sentence is this?

Are Jessica and Lilith sisters?
  1. declarative
  2. imperative
  3. exclamatory
  4. interrogative
Grade 8 Types of Sentences
Grade 8 Types of Sentences
Grade 7 Types of Sentences
Which of these is a complete sentence?
  1. Under the umbrella.
  2. I jumped over the puddle.
  3. My two friends and I.
  4. Being hungry all day.
Grade 7 Types of Sentences
Sentences that ask a question are called
  1. exclamatory.
  2. declarative.
  3. interrogative.
  4. inquisitive.
Grade 4 Types of Sentences CCSS: CCRA.L.1
What type of sentence is this?

I hope it snows ten inches on Saturday!
  1. exclamatory
  2. imperative
  3. interrogative
  4. declarative
Grade 6 Types of Sentences CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.1.1j
Grade 7 Types of Sentences
Which of these is a complete sentence?
  1. The beautiful bluebirds on the tree.
  2. Are flying over the tree.
  3. The bluebirds are flying over the tree.
  4. They flying bluebirds.
Grade 5 Types of Sentences
Grade 5 Types of Sentences
Choose the correctly written complex sentence.
  1. She likes to read, and she likes to write.
  2. Kate and Jonathan worked on their reports.
  3. Before she goes to bed, she must brush her teeth.
  4. Although she likes read mystery novels best.
Grade 9 Types of Sentences
A sentence with two or more independent, or main, clauses with two ideas of equal importance is called a
  1. complex sentence.
  2. compound sentence.
  3. coordinating conjunction.
  4. correlative conjunction.
Continuing Education Types of Sentences
Which of the following statements explains the best way to construct a compound sentence?
  1. Connect an independent clause and a dependent clause with a comma.
  2. Connect two independent clauses with a coordinating conjunction.
  3. Add a FANBOY to independent clauses.
  4. Connect two independent clauses and a subordinate clause with FANBOYs.
Grade 6 Types of Sentences
Which sentence is complex?
  1. Before scientists invented telescopes, the moon was a mystery.
  2. The viewer looked into the special machine.
  3. Trained bears were the star of the film.
  4. People in earlier days wrote letters or sent telegrams.
Grade 7 Types of Sentences
Which of these is a complete sentence?
  1. And saw the sunrise.
  2. When they thought they were safe.
  3. That is not true.
  4. Around the river.
Grade 3 Types of Sentences
Grade 4 Types of Sentences CCSS: CCRA.L.1
What type of sentence is this?

Put that dangerous piece of ice on the ground.
  1. interrogative
  2. declarative
  3. imperative
  4. exclamatory
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