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Interrogative Sentences: The Questioning Sentence

About the Interrogative Sentences: The Questioning Sentence Lesson

Summary
This is an introductory or a review lesson about interrogative sentences.

Objectives
• to introduce or review the four sentence types;

• to focus attention on interrogative sentences ;

• to review the use of question marks.

Suggested Grades
4th Grade
5th Grade
6th Grade

Excerpt
Sentences must have two things to make complete sense:

1. A Subject: This is a noun or pronoun that shows who or what does the action in the sentence. A subject does not have to be a person. It can also be a place or a thing.

2. A Verb: This is the action word. The verb shows what the subject is, does or feels.

? Annie Sullivan taught Helen Keller how to communicate.

This sentence makes complete sense.
It has a subject, Annie Sullivan, and a verb, taught.

? How to communicate.

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