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Sentence Classification
Sentences can be classified according
to structure and to function
Sentence Structure
• A. Simple Sentence- Contains one
independent clause.
Example: Every student must know grammar
• B. Co...
• C. Complex Sentence- is the one that contains ore
independent clause and one or more dependent
clauses.
Example: Jack an...
Sentence
Function
• A. Declarative Sentence- makes a statement
and ends in a period.
Example: it will rain tomorrow.
• B. ...
• C. Interrogative Sentence- asks a question and
ends with a question mark.
Example: What kind of pizza do you prefer?
• D...
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  1. 1. Sentence Classification Sentences can be classified according to structure and to function
  2. 2. Sentence Structure • A. Simple Sentence- Contains one independent clause. Example: Every student must know grammar • B. Compound Sentence- is the one that contains two or more independent clauses. Example: I called you, but you did not answer.
  3. 3. • C. Complex Sentence- is the one that contains ore independent clause and one or more dependent clauses. Example: Jack and Jill entered the room when the bell rang. • D. Compound Complex Sentence- is one that contains two independent clauses and two or more dependent clauses. Example: I tried to reason with him, but he turned a deaf ear to everything that I said.
  4. 4. Sentence Function • A. Declarative Sentence- makes a statement and ends in a period. Example: it will rain tomorrow. • B. Imperative Sentence- usually gives a command or makes a request and ends in a period. The subject of a command may be implied you.
  5. 5. • C. Interrogative Sentence- asks a question and ends with a question mark. Example: What kind of pizza do you prefer? • D. Exclamatory Sentence- expresses a strong feeling and ends with an exclamation point. Example: how clever he can be!

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