Declarative, imperative, interrogative or exclamatory

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Read the sentences given below and write whether they are declarative, interrogative, imperative or exclamatory.

An example is given below.

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She is a pretty girl. Declarative

Exercise

1. Bring a glass of water. ---------------------------

2. Cut the apple into two. ---------------------------

3. She put the books on the table. ---------------------------

4. How beautiful! ---------------------------

5. What a surprise! ---------------------------

6. Where are you going? ---------------------------

7. Who are you? ---------------------------

8. I want to go now. ---------------------------

9. Shut up. ---------------------------

10. Go at once. ---------------------------

11. Leave me alone. ---------------------------

12. Why did you do it? ---------------------------

13. She always keeps her table neat. ---------------------------

14. What an amazing performance! ---------------------------

15. Keep quiet. ---------------------------

16. Don’t drive fast. ---------------------------

17. Hurrah! We have won the match. ---------------------------

 

See also

Modal Auxiliary Verbs
Can
May and Can: differences
Could
May
Might
Will
Would
Shall
Should
Should: other uses
Must
Must: uses
Must and have to: The Difference
Ought to
Need
Had better
Should, Ought and Must: The difference
Primary auxiliaries
Verbs