Exclamatory and Imperative Sentences

An exclamatory sentence is an interjection of emotion such as "Aaah!" An imperative sentence is a command such as "Bring me some water."

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Ouch that hurts is this declarative interrogative imperative or exclamatory?

EXCLAMATORY!

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How do you use the word went in a sentence using a question?

How do you use the word went as a question?

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After the ceremony was over everyone went out to celebrate is that sentence declarative interrogative imperative or exclamatory?

Exclamatory

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10 examples of command and request sentence?

may i barrow your your pencil !

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A sentence that shows strong or sudden feeling?

It is called an exclamatory sentence.

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How careless of you to forget the soap is that a declarative sentence?

declarATIVE

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What is the effect of imperative?

More commonly known as commands, imperatives can be very persuasive or manipulative techniques that can enhance the way somebody acts. They can be used in texts, automated phone calls, when talking to a particular individual and many other ways.

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What is a exclamatory essay?

An essay that has a Exclamation point at the end of the sentence

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What punctuation mark is at the end of a imperative sentence?

An imperative sentence is a sentence that expresses an order, a command, or a request. There are two punctuation marks that an imperative sentence can end with: a period (.) and an exclamation point (!).

Examples of imperative sentences:

1: Leave him alone. This sentence can also end in an exclamation point if the sentence becomes a harsh command or order: Leave him alone!

2: Don't say that! This sentence can also end in a period if the sentence becomes a request or less aggressive order: Don't say that.

I hope this helped!

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What is 10 examples of imperative sentence?

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You curse all his activities-Change to Exclamatory sentence?

"Curse his activities!"

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What is a run-on sentence?

A run-on sentence has two or more independent clauses without a colon or semicolon.

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What a beautiful garden it is is exclamatory sentences?

Yes,'What a beautiful garden' is a exclamatory sentence.

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What is a run -on sentence?

The wax on the top shelf in the garage

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What is a run on sentence?

A run-on sentence contains two or more independent clauses (separate subject-predicate pairs) that should be separated by punctuation.

This would be a run-on sentence:

"The dog went outside to chase the cat into the alley he bit its tail when he caught it."

Notice there is no punctuation and the sentence has two distinct clauses. Some may attempt to repair this by adding a comma (after "alley") which does not produce a correct sentence. This is called a "comma splice". (Although sometimes a semi-colon will work.)

To properly repair a run-on sentence, you must either make it two sentences (or more) or add a coordinating conjuction such as and, but, or so. In the above, a comma and the word and after "alley" would correct the sentence.

Another Example

A run-on sentence is a sentence that is made up of two or more complete sentences joined together without a comma and a conjunction.

An example of a run-on sentence:

The movie was late starting it did not start until 8:15.

The correct way: The movie was late. It did not start until 8:15.

Or : The movie was late, and it did not start until 8:15.

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Can an imperative sentence have an exclamation mark?

Of course it can! Imperative sentences are sentences that tell someone to do something. These may be strong commands or weaker requests. If they are strong commands, they will usually have an exclamation mark at the end. For example, the sentence, "Get out!" is imperative and ends with an exclamation mark.

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Is the sentence he has ten fingers and ten toes declarative a command interrogative or exclamatory?

Statement

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Give me some examples of interrogative sentences?

* Does John go to Manhattan?

* Are small airplanes safe?

* Does she like going to the mountains?

* Does John have a dog?

* Is this your book?

* Did you receive my message?

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Can you imagine sailing across the Atlantic - is this exclamatory or interrogative sentence?

Interrogative

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A declarative sentence about a famous inventor?

Thomas Alva Edison has a patent on that!

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Is this declarative interrogative imperative or exclamatory who's your favorite music artist?

imperative

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How do you change a declarative sentence to a negative sentence?

Change the sentence to negative form

Juan traveled to Quito yesterday

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What does interrogative mean?

interrogative means a question.

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What is the question answer flow for an exclamatory sentence?

D

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Q and A Flow for imperative sentence?

To find an imperative sentence you ask the question, period, command, imperative sentence.

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