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What kind of sentence makes a statement and ends in a period?
Declarative
What kind of sentence asks a question and ends with a question mark?
Interrogative
What kind of sentence shows sudden or strong feeling and ends with an exclamation point?
Exclamatory
What kind of sentence give a command or makes a request and ends with a period or an exclamatory point?
Imperative
What are the three things a sentence must have:
1 2 3
1)subject
2)predicate
3)period
If a group of words do not have the three things that a sentence must have, it is called a ___
fragment
The words WHAT and HOW are often at the beginning of ___ and ___ sentences.
Interrogative and exclamatory
Subjects can never be in a ______ phrase.
prepositional phrase
To find the subject of a sentence:
1) Find the _______.
2) Ask "___" or "_____" before it.
1)find the verb.

2)Ask "who" or "what" before verb.
A ___________- is a main verb and its helping verbs.
verb phrase
The subject of a __________ sentence will always be "you" or understood "you.
Imperative
Sentences have 4 purposes:
1
2
3
4
1) to tell,
2) to ask,
3) to request, or
4) to show strong feeling
The simple subject is the ____ without any modifiers.
noun
The complete subject is the ___ plus its modifiers.
noun
To find a verb of a sentence, look for a word that shows ___.
action