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Kinds of Sentences

Published on 12/7/2014
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In my previous PR I discussed about the parts of speech. Now let me talk about the sentence where the words play their role to express complete idea.

A sentence is a group of words conveying a complete idea. 

Let us have a view about words, parts of speech and kinds of sentences.

Sentences are classified under four categories.
They are 
1. Statement (Assertive Sentence or Declarative Sentence)
2. Imperative Sentences (Command and Request)
3. Interrogative Sentences 
4. Exclamatory Sentences

A sentence that states a fact or describes something is an assertive sentence or declarative sentence. It is followed by a period.
1. The book is on the table.
2. The sun rises in the east.

Imperative sentence 
A sentence that expresses a command or request is an imperative sentence. It is followed by a period.
1. Get out of this place. (command)
2. Please give me some water. (Request)

Interrogative sentence
A sentence that asks a question is called an interrogative sentence. It is followed by a question mark.
1. Where is your pen?
2. Which is your house?

Exclamatory sentence
A sentence that expresses some strong feeling is called an exclamatory sentence. It is followed by an exclamation mark or a period.
1. Wow! how nice it is!
2. Alas! we lost the match!

Shall we have a review of the ideas learnt?

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