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The Imperative Sentence

About the The Imperative Sentence Lesson

Summary
This is a review lesson about imperative sentences and other sentence types.

Objectives
• to provide brief definitions and examples of the four sentence types;

• to show students how to change sentences into imperative sentences;

• to show students how to distinguish between imperative and declarative sentences.

Suggested Grades
4th Grade
5th Grade
6th Grade

Excerpt
There are four types of sentences:

1. Declarative sentences or Statements tell us something or state a fact.
? The game of Monopoly was invented in the 1930?s.

2. Interrogative sentences ask a question.
? Do you enjoy playing Monopoly?

3. Exclamatory sentences express strong emotion.
? I own Park Place and Boardwalk!

4. Imperative sentences are the commanding sentence. They give a command.
? Pay the rent now.

Imperative sentences can sometimes be a little confusing. You have learned that a sentence must have a subject and a verb. In imperative sentences the subject is often invisible! Let?s look at some examples:

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