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Sentences can be classified into four types by their structures
simple, compound, complex, compound
simple sentence
has one independent clause and no dependent clauses
compound sentence
composed of two or more independent clauses but no dependent clauses
complex sentence
contains one independent clause and at least one dependent clause
compound-complex sentence
contains two or more independent clauses (compound) and at least one dependent clause (complex)
Sentences can be classified into four types by their purpose
declarative, imperative, interrogative, exclamatory
declarative sentence
makes a statement
imperative sentence
gives a command or makes a request
interrogative sentence
asks a question
exclamatory sentence
expresses a strong feeling