Sentences – Exercises for Class 5

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.

  1. What do you want?
  2. Wow, what a beautiful dress!
  3. I love chocolates.
  4. Please shut the door.


  1. Interrogative Sentence
  2. Exclamatory Sentence
  3. Assertive Sentence
  4. Imperative Sentence

Q. Rearrange the following group of words to make sentences as directed in the bracket.

  1. you feeling are sick (interrogative)
  2. you first come Hurray have (exclamatory)
  3. George fine a is player (assertive)
  4. touch Don’t painting the (imperative)


  1. Are you feeling sick?
  2. Hurray, you have come first!
  3. George is a fine player.
  4. Don’t touch the painting.

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