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七年级英语:句式类型

2019-12-18 七年级 阅读

Grade 7 English

Types of Sentences

 
If you are doing Grade 7, you’ll find these materials extremely helpful!

In this set of materials, we’ll try to get you acquainted with the most important linguistic elements you need to excel in your English exams.

In order to make it easier to follow, we’ve classified your needful materials. For each section, standard questions are raised, and detailed explanations are provided to make sure a sound understanding of the answers is earned.

Questions on Types of Sentences

As far as sentence purpose is concerned, sentences are classified into four main categories of Imperative Sentences, Declarative Sentences, Exclamatory Sentences, and Interrogative Sentences.

Here you can find a short quiz on this subject matter.

What kind of sentences are these?

1. Peter took care of a group of youngsters.

a. declarative

b. interrogative

c. imperative

d. exclamatory

 
2. How did you learn to speak three languages?

a. declarative

b. interrogative

c. imperative

d. exclamatory

 
3. Mind the door!

a. declarative

b. interrogative

c. imperative

d. exclamatory

 
4. How can you not believe in evolutionary nature of human beings?!

a. declarative

b. interrogative

c. imperative

d. exclamatory

 
5. She’s almost 50, but she’s never been to a foreign country!

a. declarative

b. interrogative

c. imperative

d. exclamatory

 
6. You must be a genius to figure out a solution for this tough question!

a. declarative

b. interrogative

c. imperative

d. exclamatory

 
7. Please buy some bread and milk on your way home.

a. declarative

b. interrogative

c. imperative

d. exclamatory

  
 
 
Answer Explanations

1. A
Declarative Sentences: To declare something means to state it, or to express it. So, Declarative Sentences simply state an idea, impart information, or make statements.
Sign: Period (.)
Examples:
The latest tornado has done a lot of damages, especially to the farmers.
The next train leaves in 20 minutes.

2. B
Interrogative Sentences: To interrogate means to ask. So, the purpose of an Interrogative Sentence is to ask questions, or request information.
Sign: Question Mark (?)
Examples:
Would you like some more dessert?
You don’t know him well, do you?

3. C
Imperative Sentences: Imperatives make commands or strong requests.
Sign: Period (.) or Exclamation Mark (!)
Examples:
Stop bothering me!
Mind your own business!
Fetch me a glass of water, please.

4. D
Exclamatory Sentences: Exclamation means surprise. So, Exclamatory Sentences show surprise, or emphasis. However, they are not considered a distinct type of sentence. In fact, Declarative, Interrogative, and Imperative sentences can change into an Exclamatory Sentence through added emphasis.
Sign: Exclamation Mark (!) and/or Question Mark (?)
Examples:
Stop chewing your gum with your mouth open!
What the hell was that?!

5. D
Exclamatory Sentences: Exclamation means surprise. So, Exclamatory Sentences show surprise, or emphasis. However, they are not considered a distinct type of sentence. In fact, Declarative, Interrogative, and Imperative sentences can change into an Exclamatory Sentence through added emphasis.
Sign: Exclamation Mark (!) and/or Question Mark (?)
Examples:
Stop chewing your gum with your mouth open!
What the hell was that?!

6. D
Exclamatory Sentences: Exclamation means surprise. So, Exclamatory Sentences show surprise, or emphasis. However, they are not considered a distinct type of sentence. In fact, Declarative, Interrogative, and Imperative sentences can change into an Exclamatory Sentence through added emphasis.
Sign: Exclamation Mark (!) and/or Question Mark (?)
Examples:
Stop chewing your gum with your mouth open!
What the hell was that?!

7. C
Imperative Sentences: Imperatives make commands or strong requests.
Sign: Period (.) or Exclamation Mark (!)
Examples:
Stop bothering me!
Mind your own business!
Fetch me a glass of water, please.


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