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n the latest episode of "Learn English with Jim," Jim explores the four types of sentences in the English language - Declarative, ...
Exclamatory, Imperative and Interrogative.
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Types of English Sentences
Hello welcome to Learning English with Jim. This shows that explores words, phrases, and idioms that are common in the English language. I’m your host Jim. Well it has been some time since I have produced a new episode of Learn English with Jim. I do apologize for that. The work that I do at English Café has kept me pretty busy. Plus I was away for some time celebrating the Holidays. Well welcome to a brand new year. This is the year 2010 and once the New Year comes a new lesson.
Today our lesson is 4 types of sentences, 4 types of sentences. Alright well we’re going to talk today about 4 different types of sentences that you’ll find in the English language. Those different sentences are declarative sentences, interrogative sentences, exclamatory sentences and imperative sentences. Let me say that again the 4 different types of sentences in the English language are declarative sentences, interrogative sentences, exclamatory sentences and imperative sentences.
Let’s take a look at each type of sentences. Declarative sentences in the English language are those sentences that form a statement example 1: The children are reading a book. Example 2: She is reporting the news. Example 3: He is about to be tackled interrogative sentences in the English language are those sentences that ask a question. Example 1: What should I ware tonight? Example 2: Why is this homework so hard? Example 3: Are you going to marry him?.
Imperative sentences in the English Language are those sentences that make a request or a command. Example 1: Leave me alone. Example 2: Kiss me. Example 3: Do not tell anyone my secret.
Exclamatory sentences are those sentences ending in English language that comes a strong powerful emotion. Example 1: You need to get your act together and I mean now. Example 2: Get up and give me 20 more pushups! Example 3: I am so upset I hate you!
Do you understand the difference between a declarative sentence and interrogative sentence and imperative sentence and an exclamatory sentence? Hmm! Let me test you just to see how much you really know about the 4 different types of sentences.
Tomorrow I will go to the store. This is an imperative sentence. True or false?
Give me some water. This is an imperative sentence true or false?
I love you so much! This is an interrogative sentence true or false?
Should I wear the brown shoes or the black shoes? This is a declarative sentence true or false?
Wow you did very well good job. Well my time is up I thank you for yours I’ll see you right here next time with another episode of Learn English with Jim until next time bye- bye.