Lesson 1: Sentence and Its Kinds


Group of words which make complete sense is called a Sentence. Sentences are of four kinds which are mentioned below:

  1. Assertive or Declarative Sentence: Sentence making a statement or assertion is called an Assertive Sentence. For instance: Jack and Jill went up the hill.
  1. Interrogative Sentence: Sentence asking a question is called an Interrogative Sentence. For example: Where is he?
  1. Imperative Sentence: Sentence expressing command, request or entreaty (earnest request) is called an Imperative Sentence. For instance: Be quiet (command). Please, come with me (request). Have mercy upon us (entreaty).
  1. Exclamatory Sentence: Sentence expressing strong feeling is called an Exclamatory Sentence. For example: What a pity!



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