THE SENTENCE

THE SENTENCES: A SENTENCES IS A GROUP OF WORDS THAT MAKES A COMPLETE SENSE. EXAMPLE: 1) ASSERTIVE SENTENCE. 2) INTERROGATIVE SENTENCE. 3) IMPERATIVE SENTENCE. 4) OPTATIVE SENTENCE. 5) EXCLAMOTARY SENTENCE.

ASSERTIVE SENTENCE
IT IS A SENTENSE WHICH SIMPLY AFFIRMS OR DENIES SOMETHING EXAMPLE: 1) NAVEED HAS TAKEN TEA 2) NADEEM DID NOT WRITE A LETTER (AFFIRMATIVE) (NEGATIVE)

INTERROGATIVE SENTENCE
IT IS A SENTENSE THAT ENQUIRE ABOUT SOMETHING EXAMPLE: 1) HOW OLD ARE YOU? 2) WILL YOU TAKE A TEA?

IMPERATIVE SENTENCE
IT IS A SENTENCE WHICH CONTAINS SOME COMMAND PROHIBITION REQUEST OR ADVISE EXAMPLE: 1) POLISH MY SHOES 2) DO NOT READ SO FAST 3) PLESE, HELP ME 4) SPEAK THE TRUTH (COMMAND) (PROHIBITION) (REQUEST) (ADVISE)

OPTATIVE SENTENCE
IT IS A SENTENCE THAT EXPRESSES SOME WISH EXAMPLE: 1) MAY GOD BLESS YOU WITH A SON ! 2) WOULD THAT I WERE A KING !

EXCLAMOTARY SENTENCE
IT IS A SENTENCE THAT EXPRESSES SOME FEELINGS OF THE MIND EXAMPLE: 1) HURRAH ! MY FATHER HAS COME. 2) ALAS ! I AM UNDONE. 3) WHAT A BEAUTIFUL BIRD IT IS.

PARTS OF A SENTENCE
THERE A TWO MAIN PARTS OF A SENTENCE 1) SUBJECT 2) PREDICATE

SUBJECT
THE WORD OR WORDS DENOTING THE PERSON OR THING ABOUT WHICH SOMETHING IS SAID ARE CALLED THE SUBJECT OF THE SENTENCE.

PREDICATE
WHAT IS TOLD ABOUT THE SUBJECT IS CALLED PREDICATE SUBJECT 1) NADEEM 2) A GOOD BOY 3) TIPU SULTAN 4) A DROWNING MAN PREDICATE ALWAYS SPEAKS THE TRUTH WORKS VERY HARD WAS A JUST RULER CATCHES AT A STRAW

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