This is simple question. It may be answered in a simple sentence; He responded politely.
This would be an example of an interrogatory sentence...a question. Without the question mark, it could be an exclamation.
That is a kind of sentence called a question. This is a kind of sentence called a statement: Some people ask silly questions.
the kind of sentence that ask a question and uses a question mark
It Is A Question Sentence, Also Known As A Interrogative Sentence.
The sentence is a question. It is not written correctly. It should read: Does this book belong to you?If the book is not yours, then you should respond: No, that book is not mine.If the book belongs to you, you should say: Yes, the book belongs to me.
I cannot understand your question.
The question is too ambiguous to answer. Which 'someone'? What is 'your' relationship to that person? What kind of instruction? Do you mean a psychological and/or verbal and/or physical 'response'?
Without knowing what 't' is it is difficult to respond to this question.
You dont want a question that can be answered in one sentence.
That's an interrogative sentence, also sometimes referred to as a question.
There is a good question. In this case, it is a preposition.
A sentence that requires only a yes or no answer. for exaple a closed sentence would be do you like cake? but a question that is not closed would be something like what kind of desserts do you like? this has many different possible answers and does not only have a yes or no answer. hope this helps
In formal writing you would not begin a sentence with because, therefore, the kind of sentence that begins with because is informal.
She was inconsiderate to her brother.. idk lol. kind of a dumb question [just sayin, u kinda did use it in your sentence question (:]
What kind of a question is that? What kind of a question is that?
Interrogative. Asking a question .
That would be a complex sentence.
A yes-or-no question. Is Bill that tall man? is interrogative, while a question like Which person is Bill?is not.
um durf YEA...wat kind of stupid question is that?
( Glinda danced gracefully. ) is a simple sentence. It is not a question, but a statement. It is not a command. The sentence has an adverb that describes how Glinda danced.
okay heres the sentence and what kind of question is that u need to pay ATTENTION in class ayee!!
"What is An independent clause that expresses a complete thought?" is a question, so it is an interrogative sentence.
Yes, Because It's Asking You A Question.
I'm getting really annoyed with these kind of question(jk).