Sentences: Various Kinds of Sentences

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An overview of the simple sentence and its possible kinds used to express different tones. A set of words that is complete in itself, typically containing a subject and predicate, conveying a statement, question, exclamation, or command, and consisting of a main clause and sometimes one or more subordinate clauses.
We express our thoughts by speaking or writing words which are arranged in a particular order.
These groups of orderly arranged words make complete sense and convey a clear meaning.
ASentence is a group of words which are arranged in a particular order to convey a complete sense
anda clear meaning,
These mangoes are almost ripe. _Full stop
Take care of your health. Full stop
Whose umbrella is this? Question mark
How well she dances ! Exclamation mark
(ABSertiVe SERHEHEES : An Assertive sentence expresses
astatement toa fact.
Astatement always ends with a full stop (.)

Example: There was a diary on the desk’

The girl drank a glass of juice .
Interrogative Sentences : An Interrogative sentence asks a question.
A question always ends with an interrogation mark (?)
Example: Which book are you reading ?
Where are these people going?
Imperative Sentences : An Imperative sentence expresses an order or a request.
An Imperative sentence always ends with a full stop (.)
Example : Do not talk so loudly.
Try to do better.
Exclamatory Sentences : An Exclamatory sentence exoresses a strong feeling.
‘An Exclamatory sentence always ends with an exclamation mark (!)
Example: How intelligent this student is !
2. What a delicious meal !
Read the following sentences and write their kinds.
He is fond of tea.
Whose is this car?
What a difficult task it is !
Go there at once.
How naughty the child is!
My train stopped suddenly.
May | come in?
Never tell allie.
. Why are they making a noise?
10. That car is ours.
Rearrange the words to make a meaningful sentence. Also write the kind of sentence .
laughed his him all at friends
beautiful this is how place
you lunch did have
door open don’t the
._ Interrogative
10. Assertive
All his friends laughed at him. ASSERTIVE
How beautiful this place is! EXCLAMATORY
Did you have lunch? INTERROGATIVE
Don’t open the door. IMPERATIVE