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Types of Sentences (Grade 4)

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Types of Sentences

1. 
What are the four kinds of sentences? Show the correct punctuation.






2. 
A                              sentence is one that makes a statement.
3. 
Sentences that ask a question are called
  1. exclamatory.
  2. declarative.
  3. interrogative.
  4. inquisitive.
4. 
What type of sentence is this?

Are you going to the dance?
  1. imperative
  2. declarative
  3. interrogative
  4. exclamatory
5. 
What type of sentence is this?

Open your books to page 54.
  1. imperative
  2. declarative
  3. interrogative
  4. exclamatory
6. 
What type of sentence is this?

I bought new shirts, pants, and a sweater.
  1. interrogative
  2. declarative
  3. imperative
  4. exclamatory
7. 
What type of sentence is this?

Old Yeller was a stray dog.
  1. imperative
  2. declarative
  3. exclamatory
  4. interrogative
8. 
What type of sentence is this?

I hope it snows ten inches on Saturday!
  1. exclamatory
  2. imperative
  3. interrogative
  4. declarative
9. 
The sentences below are examples of which type of sentence?

Be quiet during Ms. Stringer's class.
Please give me another slice of watermelon.
Quentin, please update your Facebook page.
  1. declarative
  2. exclamatory
  3. imperative
  4. interrogative
10. 
Label each of the following sentences:
1.Will your brother compete in the Columbus Relay for Life Marathon?
2.Bring more chocolate over here now!
3. Cheer for the Saints this season.
  1. exclamatory; interrogative; declarative
  2. interrogative; exclamatory; imperative
  3. interrogative; imperative; declarative
  4. exclamatory; interrogative; imperative
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