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KINDS OF SENTENCES

KINDS OF SENTENCES-GLOBAL ENGLISH CREATIVITY

A sentence is considered as a largest and vital unit of any Spoken and Written language. Sentence is nothing but a group of meaningful words, which is arranged grammatically. It consists of words, phrases or clauses.

Sentences are of four kinds-
KINDS OF SENTENCES


DECLARATIVE / ASSERTIVE SENTENCE


Declarative/Assertive Sentence is the kind of sentence which makes an informative statement. It declares something directly. They are the most commonly used sentences in English.

Examples-
I want to go to California tomorrow.
I have been teaching English since 1996.
You need to take your medicines tonight.
I am ready to read the latest Marathi News.

My father helped me to solve these examples.
You can come with me to meet your teacher.
All classes will start regularly from tomorrow.

He is a very humble and disciplined person.
Bharat Ratna Lata Mangeshkar passed away on 6th Feb. 2022.
The mother has been working since morning ceaselessly.
We are going out of station for few days next month.
She can speak many languages fluently.
There are four members in my family.
Clara goes to the dance class every evening at 6:00pm.
I want to create my identity as an independent woman.
India played cricket match excellently yesterday.
Many people are suffering from Omicron.
Due to pandemic situation, crores of people lost their jobs all over the world.
John is fond of watching suspense thriller movies.
I have to burn the midnight oil these days to complete my work.
They had a lot of fun at the party last night.
You should not trust anyone so immediately.
He must have locked the door out when he went to the office.
It may rain this evening as it’s rather cloudy.
You must think twice before doing anything.
William Shakespeare was the leading poet and dramatist of the 16th century.
One should not live beyond one’s means.
You must cut your coat according to your cloth.
His performance was simply outstanding.
Mumbai is really over-crowded.
There is a cut-throat competition in every field.
Do what you love or you will have to love what you do.
There is no any short-cut to success.
I am very tired today, I need to take rest.
You should stay aloof from negativity and negative people.
I really love spending time in the lap of Nature.
Jane was so nostalgic about her childhood days.
Technology is advancing very rapidly.
That little girl is so cute as well as naughty.
Both Paul and Peter are computer engineers.
I have been waiting for this day since long.
There should not be any discrimination in the society.
We must be proud of our great culture.
People are getting so money-minded nowadays.
I will call you back after some time.
He was the bravest of all.

INTERROGATIVE SENTENCE


Interrogative Sentence is the kind of sentence which asks a direct question. It enables us to answer and gather information. There are two types of Interrogative Sentences.

 ‘Yes/No’ type question- begins with helping verb
 ‘Wh’ question- begins with ‘Wh’ word

Examples-
Are you going to buy a new shirt today?
Have you completed your homework?
Is there any question to ask now?
Did you go to meet your uncle yesterday?
Are you coming with me to the market?

Can you fix this car?
Is he making you fool?
Would I be able to follow through this project?
Will you keep your promise?
Has he gone to school?
Were they having dinner then?
Should I do this or not?
Had he committed that mistake?
Is it raining right now?
Would you do one favour to me?
May I take your leave now?
Will it be possible for you to come tomorrow?
Could you finish this work till Monday?
Has he consulted a doctor?
Is John working in your company?
Can I borrow your camera?
Are you feeling well today?
Did you insult them?
Don’t you know what the reason is?
Might he be at home at this moment?
Are you trying to be over-smart with me?
Have you lost your way?
May he be making me feel jealous on purpose?
Have you been able to satisfy your employers?
Are you ready to devote yourself to your job?
Can you lend me your bike for an hour?
Would you mind, if I sit here?
Will you listen to me carefully?
Are they interested in this matter?
Will he be travelling tomorrow?
Are you really serious about this relationship?
Was she ignorant of the fact?
Had you been cheating on him?
Were you missing me there?
Would it be okay, if I take your some time?
Should I submit this form right now?
Are you my friend or enemy?
Shall I drop you there?
Should I wait for you or leave?
What are you doing there?
How would you come tomorrow?
Why are you so upset?
What brings you here?
How may I help you?
Where do you work at present?
Why do you fret and fume always?
What consumes you these days?
When is your examination starting?
Which is your favourite place to visit?
What are you looking for?
Who is your role-model?
Where are you going tomorrow?
What is your problem?
When will you get free?
What will be the right time to call you?
When will this Corona pandemic end up?
What are the reasons for climate change?
Why are looking so upset today?
What makes you feel so scared?
When is examination starting?
Where is your identity card?
Why do you go there every weekend?
Which is the train to Mumbai?
Whose hand-bag is this?
Whom were you talking to?
Who is the principal of this college?
When are you intending to get married?
Whose foot-steps are these?
What were you writing in the notebook?
Where have you gone the day before yesterday?

IMPERATIVE SENTENCE


Imperative Sentence is the kind of sentence which issues a request, command, advice or suggestion. They tell us what to do, using different tones.

Examples-
Give me the ink-pen for today.
Please offer me your sit for some time.
Quit smoking from today.
Do not make a noise.
Fire at the enemy.
Use mask at public places.
Do as directed.
Shut the door, please.

Zip your lip first of all.
Make some tea for me, I am tired.
Clean the floor immediately.
Save money for rainy day.
Sit here silently and think properly.
Give me your pen for some time.
Write your full name here.
Submit your assignment by tomorrow.
Be sure that you reach on time there.
Bring me a class of water.
Turn off that computer, please.
Lower your voice, I am already having headache.
Put out all lights.
Mingle with other children.
Be more proactive rather than reactive.
Become a successful person.
Don’t misbehave with anybody.
Have your breakfast.
Take a shower and get ready for office.
Develop good habits in yourself.
Treat everybody with respect.
Buy some mangoes for me.
Mix all ingredients well.
Make a smooth batter.
Knead the soft dough.
Keep silence in the class.
Prepare well for examination.
Be always punctual and disciplined.
Remind me of that later.
Read the instructions carefully.
Don’t make a mess in the room.
Forget and forgive.
Find out that file right away.
Make proper arrangements for the guest.
Mark my words, you will fail, if you don’t study.
Wear you mask and keep a safe distance.
Go out of the class at once.
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EXCLAMATORY SENTENCE


Exclamatory Sentence is the kind of sentence which contains a strong emphasis, emotion, feeling or excitement.

Examples-
What a beautiful sight it is!

How difficult the paper is!
Hurrah! We have won the match.
Alas! his father is no more.
Sorry! I can’t save your father.
Ah! My kite is high up in the sky.
Wow! That’s really beautiful.

Yuck! How ridiculous it is!
Hurray! We won the match.
Alas! He passed away due to Covid-19.
John, you are late again!
I am really going to miss you!
It’s a baby boy!
What a sweet voice you have?
How courageous you are!
What the hell! He ran away again.
That’s really wonderful!
Ouch! I broke my leg.
Oh! It’s okay.
Congratulations! You came with flying colours again.
For heaven’s sake! Help me.
My goodness! He escaped a near death experience.
How terrible it was!
Don’t be so foolish!
Who the hell are you come from nowhere!
How selfish you are!
What a tremendous beauty she is!
How weird you are!
What nonsense!
How stupid I am!
Hey! I am talking to you.
Oh! I wish I could be there.
Thank god! The train arrived on time.
Damn it! I missed this opportunity too.
Shit! I made a big mistake.
Oh god! This fan is not working, it’s really hot.
You must be joking!
What a beautiful dress it is!
How cruel you are!
Very cool man he is!
How quickly she responds to everything!
What an idea!
How excellently he played!
Bravo! You have one more feather in your cap.
How interesting it is!
What a fantastic performance!


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