|Kinds of Sentences by Function Practice
1. Declarative (or telling) sentence - A sentence that is a statement. It is followed by a period. Example: Bill gave his report to the teacher.
2. Interrogative sentence - A sentence that is a question. It is followed by a question mark. Example: Did you know the answer?
3. Imperative sentence: A sentence that is a command or request. it is followed by a period. The subject is always "you" understood. Example: Close the door. Please eat your food.
4. Exclamatory sentence: A sentence that expresses a feeling. It is followed by an exclamation mark or a period. Example: Wow! What a great surprise!
Write down the type of each sentence. There are no end punctuation on these sentences because that may give you the answer. Decide by the function of the sentence and mark down the end punctuation.
1. Are you aware of the appointment tomorrow