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Definitions of the Four Types of Sentences and Parts of Speech

Imperative issue commands or requests or they can express a desire or wish (you must)
Interrogative always ask a question and end in a question mark.(say what?)
Exclamatory express strong emotion (EXCLAMATORY!)
Declaritive make a statement to relay information or ideas (well…I….Declare)
Noun names a person place or thing
Pronoun takes the place of a noun
Adjective describes a noun
Verb action, state or being, something that you do
Adverb describes or modifies a verb, adjective, or another verb
Preposition connects nouns, pronouns, and phrases wuth other words in a sentence (squirrel and tree)
Created by: ARogersClass