Sentences and their types Worksheet-1

         In grammar, a sentence is the basic grammatical unit. It contains a group of words and expresses a complete thought.

         A sentence consists of a subject and a predicate. The subject of a complete sentence is who or what the sentence is about, and the predicate tells about that subject

 

For example :

         She is a beauiful girl.

         We use different types of sentences for different purposes, and when we categorize sentences based on their purpose.

         There are mainly four types of sentences: statements, questions, exclamations, and commands.

 

Identify the type of sentence:

  1. Is there any good film on TV?

(A) Interrogative sentence              (B) Imperative sentence

(C) Declarative sentence                 (D) Exclamatory sentence

 

  1. That lady in the blue sari is an actress.

(A) Declarative sentence                (B) Interrogative sentence

(C) Imperative sentence                 (D) Exclamatory sentence

 

  1. My God! Such a tall man!

(A) Exclamatory sentence               (B) Declarative sentence

(C) Interrogative sentence              (D) Imperative sentence

 

  1. What are you doing tonight?

(A) Interrogative sentence              (B) Exclamatory sentence

(C) Declarative sentence                 (D) Imperative sentence

 

  1. How long the new bridge is!

(A) Exclamatory sentence               (B) Interrogative sentence

(C) Imperative sentence                 (D) Declarative sentence

 

  1. Please help me with my homework.

(A) Imperative sentence                 (B) Declarative sentence

(C) Interrogative sentence              (D) Exclamatory sentence

 

  1. We do not have a holiday this Sunday.

(A) Declarative sentence                (B) Exclamatory sentence

(C) Interrogative sentence              (D) Imperative sentence

 

  1. I wish I could have some more milk.

(A) Exclamatory sentence               (B) Imperative sentence

(C) Declarative sentence                 (D) Interrogative sentence

 

  1. Have all of you had your lunch?

(A) Imperative sentence                 (B) Exclamatory sentence

(C) Declarative sentence                 (D) Interrogative sentence

 

  1. Why! Isn’t the child a cute little thing!

(A) Exclamatory sentence               (B) Imperative sentence

(C) Interrogative sentence              (D) Declarative sentence

 

Answer Key:

  1. (A)

Exp:  This sentence asks for information.

  1. (A)

Exp:  This sentence gives information.

  1. (A)

Exp:  This sentence expresses sudden emotion.

  1. (A)

Exp:  This sentence asks for information.

  1. (A)

Exp:  This sentence expresses sudden emotion.

  1. (A)

Exp:  This sentence tells someone (you) to do something.

  1. (A)

Exp:  This sentence gives information.

  1. (B)

Exp:  This sentence is a wish. All such sentences are imperative sentences.

  1. (D)

Exp:  This sentence asks for information.

  1. (A)

Exp:  This sentence expresses sudden emotion.