Sentences and their types Worksheet-2

 

The declarative sentence makes a statement.

 “It is a nice weather today.” That is a declarative sentence. It does nothing more than give the facts or lets someone know something. 

 

The interrogative sentence asks a question. 

When is your father coming to meet me?

 

The exclamatory sentence is a statement that shows strong emotion. 

I can’t believe how fast the dog ran to the county fair!

 

And the imperative sentence gives a direction or a command. 

Have fun at the fair! 

 

 

Identify the type of sentence:

  1. Won’t you sit down?

(A) Exclamatory sentence               (B) Declarative sentence

(C) Imperative sentence                 (D) Interrogative sentence

 

  1. When is your father coming to meet me?

(A) Declarative sentence                (B) Imperative sentence

(C) Interrogative sentence              (D) Exclamatory sentence

 

  1. Could you give me some money, Mother?

(A) Declarative sentence                (B) Interrogative sentence

(C) Imperative sentence                 (D) Exclamatory sentence

 

  1. How long will the dish take to get cooked?

(A) Imperative sentence                 (B) Declarative sentence

(C) Interrogative sentence              (D) Exclamatory sentence

 

  1. I wish you would hurry up, Sunita!

(A) Exclamatory sentence               (B) Imperative sentence

(C) Declarative sentence                 (D) Interrogative sentence

 

  1. Oh Boy! The cricketers are here!

(A) Exclamatory sentence               (B) Interrogative sentence

(C) Imperative sentence                 (D) Declarative sentence

 

  1. What a lovely house!

(A) Declarative sentence                (B) Interrogative sentence

(C) Imperative sentence                 (D) Exclamatory sentence

 

  1. Aren’t all the soaps shown on television extremely boring?

(A) Interrogative sentence              (B) Exclamatory sentence

(C) Declarative sentence                 (D) Imperative sentence

 

  1. Which movie shall we watch tonight?

(A) Imperative sentence                 (B) Declarative sentence

(C) Interrogative sentence              (D) Exclamatory sentence

 

  1. Come on, in Sheila; hurry up!

(A) Exclamatory sentence               (B) Declarative sentence

(C) Interrogative sentence              (D) Imperative sentence

 

Answer Key:

  1. (C)

Exp:  This sentence tells someone (You) to do something in a request form.

  1. (C)

Exp:  This sentence asks for information.

  1. (C)

Exp:  This sentence tells someone (you) to do something in a request form.

  1. (C)

Exp:  This sentence asks for information.

  1. (B)

Exp:  This sentence tells someone (you) to do something in the form of a wish.

  1. (A)

Exp:  This sentence expresses sudden emotion.

  1. (D)

Exp:  This sentence expresses sudden emotion.

  1. (A)

Exp:  This sentence asks for information.

  1. (C)

Exp:  This sentence asks for information.

  1. (D)

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