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Declarative and Interrogative Sentences

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Declarative and Interrogative Sentences

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  1. http://www.quia.com/rr/45767.html?AP_rand=1718719055 (game on sentence type) Declarative and Interrogative Sentences Mrs. Davis 4th Grade

  2. Declarative and Interrogative Sentences • A declarative sentence is a statement that tells about something. It ends with a period. • An interrogative sentence asks a question. It ends with a question mark. • Examples: • My cat Roxie loves to sleep on the couch. ( I am telling about my cat Roxie) • Do you like when your pet sleeps with you? ( I am asking a question)

  3. Declarative and Interrogative Practice • Write D if the sentence is declarative. Write I if the sentence is interrogative. • 1. A person who works in a library is a librarian. _______ • 2. Are pets allowed in the library? _________ • 3. The librarian asked us to be quiet. _________ • 4. Helen loves books about travel. ________ • 5. Can I do my homework on this table?_______

  4. Declarative and Interrogative Practice • Write each sentence with the correct end punctuation mark. • 1. Who is your favorite author ____ • 2. Do you prefer photographs or drawings in a book___ • 3. Our town library has a children’s section____ • 4. When a pigeon flew into the library, everyone laughed ____ • 5. Where do I find the maps and dictionaries___

  5. Declarative and Interrogative Practice • Change each sentence to the kind named in ( ). Write the new sentence. • 1. Grandpa likes telling stories. (interrogative) • 2. Are his stories always true? (declarative)