Kinds Of Sentences Exercise For Class 3

Read the following sentences and identify their kind.

Tips

A declarative and an imperative sentence end with a full stop. A declarative sentence merely makes a statement. An imperative sentence is an order, command or request.

Exclamatory sentences end with an exclamation mark whereas interrogative sentences end with a question mark.

1. The dog barked at the stranger.

2. The cat climbed up a tree.

3. Can you see the bird sitting on that branch?

4. What a lovely smile you have!

5. Do you know the answer?

6. Put it there.

7. Take this file with you.

8. I don’t want to go now.

9. Where are you going now?

10. I am waiting for the postman.

11. Have you got any letters for me?

12. How tall you have grown!

Answers

1. The dog barked at the stranger. (Declarative)

2. The cat climbed up a tree. (Declarative)

3. Can you see the bird sitting on that branch? (Interrogative)

4. What a lovely smile you have! (Exclamatory)

5. Do you know the answer? (Interrogative)

6. Put it there. (Imperative)

7. Take this file with you. (Imperative)

8. I don’t want to go now. (Declarative)

9. Where are you going now? (Interrogative)

10. I am waiting for the postman. (Declarative)

11. Have you got any letters for me? (Interrogative)

12. How tall you have grown! (Exclamatory)

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