4 Types of Sentences: D.I.M.E.S.

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4 Types of Sentences and their Punctuation
4 Types of Sentences and their Punctuation
When students learn to read and practices fluency, they learn about the effects of the end punctuation marks. This skill transfers over to grammar as they begin to write and learn about the 4 types of sentences and the role of these punctuation marks. It is the punctuation marks that determine the 4 different sentence types which include:
• Declarative sentence (Period). A declarative sentence makes a statement or a declaration and ends with a period.
• Interrogative sentence (Question mark). An interrogative sentence will ask or make a question statement and ends with a question mark.
• Imperative sentence (Period). An imperative sentence makes a command, order, or a request and it usually ends with a period but in some circumstances, can end in an exclamation mark.
• Exclamatory sentence (Exclamation Point). An exclamatory sentence expresses emotions such as surprise, excitement, happiness, or anger and it ends with an exclamation point.



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