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What is a Sentence?

What is a Sentence?

Online Instructor led Course

Platform: http://www.thinkvidya.com/

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A letter or a group of letters making a complete sense is called sentence.
Ex i) I see a bird. (Sentence)
see a I bird. (Not a sentence)

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There are five kinds of sentences according to meaning or function.
1. Assertive Sentence: The sentence which makes a simple statement is called Assertive Sentence or Statement.
Ex - We play football in the afternoon.

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2. Interrogative Sentence: The Sentence which makes question is called Interrogative Sentence.
Ex- i) Do you know the man?
ii) Where are you going now?

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3. Imperative Sentence: The Sentence which makes request, order, command, advice etc is called Imperative Sentence.
Ex - i) Please give me your pen.
ii) Get out from here.
iii) Do not run in the sun.

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4. Optative Sentence: The Sentence which makes wish, desire, prayer is called Optative Sentence.
Ex - i) May you be happy.
ii) May God bless you.

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5. Exclamatory Sentence: The Sentence which expresses sudden feeling or emotion of mind is called Exclamatory Sentence.
Ex - i) Hurrah! We have won the match.
ii) How happy we were there!
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Haradhan Ruhidas

Teacher in English


I have 19 years and 4 months teaching experience from class V to XII in several High Schools in several Districts in West Bengal
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