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Sentences and their types Worksheet-5


 
 

Identify the type of sentence:


1. At what time did the sun rise yesterday?
(A) Imperative sentence (B) Interrogative sentence
(C) Declarative sentence (D) Exclamatory sentence
 

2. Let us start out early tomorrow.


(A) Exclamatory sentence (B) Declarative sentence
(C) Interrogative sentence (D) Imperative sentence
 

3. How long have you been waiting here?


(A) Exclamatory sentence (B) Imperative sentence
(C) Interrogative sentence (D) Declarative sentence
 

4. What will the boys do after they come back school?


(A) Imperative sentence (B) Declarative sentence
(C) Interrogative sentence (D) Exclamatory sentence
 

5. Why should they be asked to the wedding?


(A) Imperative sentence (B) Interrogative sentence
(C) Declarative sentence (D) Exclamatory sentence
 

6. My mother and my brother have gone out together.


(A) Declarative sentence (B) Imperative sentence
(C) Interrogative sentence (D) Exclamatory sentence
 

7. May you have many more birthdays!


(A) Exclamatory sentence (B) Interrogative sentence
(C) Declarative sentence (D) Imperative sentence
 

8. Such beauty!
(A) Declarative sentence (B) Interrogative sentence
(C) Imperative sentence (D) Exclamatory sentence
 

9. Please sit down, won’t you?


(A) Interrogative sentence (B) Declarative sentence
(C) Exclamatory sentence (D) Imperative sentence
 

10. May you have a long and happy life!


(A) Imperative sentence (B) Interrogative sentence
(C) Declarative sentence (D) Exclamatory sentence
 

Answer Key: 
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(B)
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1. (B)
Exp: This sentence asks for information.
2. (D)
Exp: This sentence is a suggestion. All suggestions are imperative sentences.
3. (C)
Exp: This sentence asks for information.
4. (C)
Exp: This sentence asks for information.
5. (B)
Exp: This sentence asks for information.
6. (A)
Exp: This sentence gives information.
7. (D)
Exp: This sentence is a wish/a blessing. All such sentences are imperative sentences.
8. (D)
Exp: This sentence expresses sudden emotion.
9. (D)
Exp: It tells someone (you) to do something.
10. (A)
Exp: This sentence is a wish/a blessing. All such sentences are imperative sentences.

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