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Identifying Sentence Types


Place the correct punctuation in the boxes to end each sentence. Identify each
sentence as either declarative, interrogative, imperative or exclamatory.
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Could you please turn that music
down
( 1 )
Tell grandma that we miss her ( 2 )
Turn off the faucet while you are
brushing your teeth
( 3 )
Never buy anything from a
salesperson who comes to your
door
( 4 )
My dad works on the fifty-eighth
floor of that building
( 5 )
Use at least five hundred words in
your essay
( 6 )
How many students are in your
class
( 7 )
Did you enjoy the lasagna I cooked
for you
( 8 )
I feel terrible that you got into an
accident this morning
( 9 )
My iPod was here just a minute ago,
and now its gone
(10)
Tell me about your experience at
your last employer
(11)
This phone bill is highway robbery (12)
How many minutes do we have
left
(13)
Carrots contain some very important
nutrients
(14)
On what block is the library
located
(15)
I am sick and tired of these
annoying television commercials
(16)
Nicholas could not remember
enough to be of any help to the
police
(17)
Who could have done some a
terrible thing
(18)
? interrogative
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Identifying Sentence Types
Place the correct punctuation in the boxes to end each sentence. Identify each
sentence as either declarative, interrogative, imperative or exclamatory.
A N S W E R K E Y
Copyright 2011 WorksheetWorks.com
Could you please turn that music
down
( 1 )
Tell grandma that we miss her ( 2 )
Turn off the faucet while you are
brushing your teeth
( 3 )
Never buy anything from a
salesperson who comes to your
door
( 4 )
My dad works on the fifty-eighth
floor of that building
( 5 )
Use at least five hundred words in
your essay
( 6 )
How many students are in your
class
( 7 )
Did you enjoy the lasagna I cooked
for you
( 8 )
I feel terrible that you got into an
accident this morning
( 9 )
My iPod was here just a minute ago,
and now its gone
(10)
Tell me about your experience at
your last employer
(11)
This phone bill is highway robbery (12)
How many minutes do we have
left
(13)
Carrots contain some very important
nutrients
(14)
On what block is the library
located
(15)
I am sick and tired of these
annoying television commercials
(16)
Nicholas could not remember
enough to be of any help to the
police
(17)
Who could have done some a
terrible thing
(18)
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