Kinds of sentences

Posted by Manjusha Filed in CBSE English Grammar

There are mainly four kinds of sentences in English: Assertive (or declarative), interrogative, imperative and exclamatory. Test your understanding of different sentence types with this grammar exercise. Blank spaces are given against each sentence and you just need to write whether the given sentence is assertive, interrogative, imperative or exclamatory.

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1. My sister is a nurse. .........................

2. Supriya works at a supermarket. .........................

3. Where have you been since morning? .........................

4. Take this paper with you. .........................

5. How disgusting! .........................

6. Give me a piece of paper. .........................

7. What are you doing there? .........................

8. What is your name? .........................

9. I was surprised to hear the news. .........................

10. Our team may win the match. .........................

11. I don't want this pen. .........................

12. Could you lend me a pen? .........................

13. What a beautiful flower! .........................

14. When are you going to return? .........................

15. Who is your father? .........................

16. My sister has a pet dog. .........................

17. They have bought a house in the city. .........................

18. Get me something to drink. .........................

19. How kind of you! .........................

20. She is the most beautiful woman I have ever met. .........................

21. Put it down. .........................

22. Throw it away. .........................

Sections in this article

CBSE class ten English grammar - sentence completion exercise 1
CBSE class ten English grammar - sentence completion exercise 2
Adverb clauses
Kinds of adverb clauses
Kinds of adverb clauses - II
Adjective clauses
Noun clauses
Synthesis of sentences
Transformation of sentences