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Types of Sentences Practice: Declarative, Imperative, Exclamatory, Interrogative

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This activity covers the four types of sentences: Declarative, Imperative, Exclamatory, Interrogative

>Most appropriate for grades 6-10, or low upperclassmen
>Works for a mini-lesson, pre-/post- test, or the sub folder

>Page 1: Table with explanation and example of the four types of sentences
>Pages 2-3: 30 multiple choice practice questions
>Page 4: Answer key
 

Example Questions
The coconut is a special kind of plant. 
a) Declarative c) Imperative b) Interrogative d) Exclamatory
Is all this really necessary?
a) Declarative c) Imperative b) Interrogative d) Exclamatory
All roses are flowers, but not all flowers are roses.
a) Declarative c) Imperative b) Interrogative d) Exclamatory
How dark it is outside!
a) Declarative c) Imperative b) Interrogative d) Exclamatory

Great in conjunction with:
Types of Writing Test: Narrative, Expository, Descriptive, Persuasive

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