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Types of Sentences (Grade 4)

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Types of Sentences

Instructions: Classify each type of sentence below as declarative, imperative, interrogatory or exclamatory.

1. 
Identify the sentence type:

How many people are in your family, including you?



 
2. 
Identify the sentence type:

Have you always liked school?



3. 
Identify the sentence type:

Last winter we took a trip to the snow and went skiing.



 
4. 
Identify the sentence type:

I can't believe it!



5. 
Identify the sentence type:

Please leave the door open.



 
6. 
Identify the sentence type.

How is your sister feeling?



7. 
Identify the sentence type:

My dad is a doctor at a big hospital.



 
8. 
Identify the sentence type:

I must remember to feed my fish every day.



9. 
Identify the sentence type:

Sit still as long as you can.



 
10. 
Identify the sentence type:

Have you ever taken a trip to a different state?



11. 
Identify the sentence type.

Do you have a favorite sport?



 
12. 
Identify the sentence type:

Wow, that is a big scoop of ice cream!



13. 
Identify the sentence type:

"You can go when your room is clean," said my mom.



 
14. 
Identify the sentence type:

Please leave your backpacks in the corner by the door.



15. 
Identify the sentence type:

I hope you have a blast at camp!



 
16. 
Identify the sentence type:

Which toppings do you like on your pizza?



17. 
Identify the sentence type:

Don't leave without me please.



 
18. 
Identify the sentence type:

Once I finish my homework I'm going to go to Eddie's house.



19. 
Identify the sentence type:

There are over six billion people on Earth.



 
20. 
Identify the sentence type:

Last winter we took a trip to the snow and went skiing.



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