Types Of Sentences: Question Preview (ID: 11091)


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Please finish your homework before you go to your friend's house.
a) Exclamatory b) Imperative c) Declarative d) Interrogative
Which type of sentence gives a command?
a) Imperative b) Declarative c) Exclamatory d) Interrogative
What type of punctuation would you use if you were giving someone an urgent command?
a) Period b) Apostrophe c) Question mark d) Exclamation point
Which type of punctuation would you use at the end of an imperative sentence uses strong emotion?
a) Question mark b) Exclamation point c) Quotation marks d) Period
Which type of sentence would you use if you were asking your teacher a question in class?
a) Exclamatory b) Declarative c) Intrrogative d) Imperative
Which type of sentence would you use if you were warning someone in danger?
a) Interrogative b) Declarative c) Exclamatory d) Imperative
Which type of sentence tells information without strong emotion?
a) Exclamatory b) Declarative c) Imperative d) Interrogative
I told my mom that I needed to stay after school because I had to study for my Earth Systems test.
a) Imperative b) Interrogative c) Exclamatory d) Declarative
Where have you hidden my shoes?
a) Exclamatory b) Interrogative c) Declarative d) Imperative
Get out of the street!
a) Declarative b) Imperative c) Interrogative d) Exclamatory
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