A group of words that makes sense is called a sentence. A sentence starts with a capital letter and ends with a full stop, question mark, or an exclamation.
Assertive Sentence: A sentence that simply says something is called an assertive sentence. Eg. The sun rises in the east.
Imperative Sentence: A sentence that expresses a command, a request, or an advice is called an imperative sentence. Eg. Don’t make noise.
Interrogative Sentence: A sentence that asks a questions is called an interrogative sentence. Eg. What are you doing?
Exclamatory Sentence: A sentence that expresses a strong feeling is called an exclamatory sentence. Eg. What a beautiful scene.
Q. Read the sentences and write their types.
- What do you want?
- Wow, what a beautiful dress!
- I love chocolates.
- Please shut the door.
- Interrogative Sentence
- Exclamatory Sentence
- Assertive Sentence
- Imperative Sentence
Q. Rearrange the following group of words to make sentences as directed in the bracket.
- you feeling are sick (interrogative)
- you first come Hurray have (exclamatory)
- George fine a is player (assertive)
- touch Don’t painting the (imperative)
- Are you feeling sick?
- Hurray, you have come first!
- George is a fine player.
- Don’t touch the painting.