Types of Sentences – Exercises

A sentence is a group of words that makes complete sense. There are four types of sentences: Declarative, Interrogative, Imperative or Exclamatory

Exercises with Answers

Q. Read the following sentences and mark whether Declarative, Interrogative, Imperative or Exclamatory.

  1. Do you drink milk daily?
  2. Stars are twinkling in the sky.
  3. Ah! What a lovely rose.
  4. Let us go for a river bath.
  5. Let us go to the river to swim.
  6. The train is not running on time.
  7. Where has Rohan gone?
  8. Call in the doctor please.
  9. Kindly lend me your book.
  10. I like this book.

Answer

  1. Interrogative
  2. Declarative
  3. Exclamatory
  4. Imperative
  5. Imperative
  6. Declarative
  7. Interrogative
  8. Imperative
  9. Imperative
  10. Declarative

Q. Change the type of sentence as indicated in the bracket.

  1. It is a lovely rose. (Exclamatory)
  2. Bravo! A nice kick. (Assertive)
  3. She did not behave well there. (Interrogative)
  4. Will you lend me your book? (Imperative)
  5. Show me your house. (Interrogative)

Answer

  1. Ah! What a lovely rose.
  2. It was a nice kick.
  3. Did she behave well there?
  4. Kindly lend me your book.
  5. Which is your house?

Q. Read the following sentences and mark as Declarative, Interrogative, Imperative or Exclamatory.

  1. Are you well now?
  2. The elephant is a big animal.
  3. May God Bless you!
  4. What a pleasant weather!
  5. Do they keep dogs?
  6. Keep quiet.
  7. Let us enjoy bathing.
  8. Why were you absent yesterday?
  9. Bhavna, open the door.
  10. The earth moves round the sun.

Answer

  1. Interrogative
  2. Declarative.
  3. Exclamatory.
  4. Exclamatory.
  5. Interrogative.
  6. Imperative.
  7. Imperative.
  8. Interrogative.
  9. Imperative.
  10. Declarative.

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