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Types of Sentences


According to the Cambridge Dictionary, a sentence is 鈥淎 group of words, usually containing a verb, that expresses a thought in the form of a statement, question, instruction, or exclamation and starts with a capital letter when written.鈥

We can say that a sentence is a word or a group of words that express a complete thought. There are four types of sentences:

  • Declarative (statement): Tells us something, gives some information.

    -I like chocolate.
    -I don鈥檛 like chocolate.

  • Imperative (command): Tells us to do something. It normally does not have a subject, because it is understood, the subject is you.

    -Don鈥檛 eat!

  • Interrogative (question): Asks us something, wants some information.
    -Don鈥檛 you like chocolate?
    -Where is your house?

  • Exclamative (exclamation): Expresses emotion or surprise.

    -What a surprise!
    -How nice!

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My sentences are:

  • The train will arrive in 15 minutes. (Declarative)
  • Stay back from the bear! (Imperative)
  • Why are you here? (Interrogative)
  • That鈥檚 sweet! (Exclamative)

Declarative I like my work
ImperativeDo your homework now!
Interrogative Do you bought the dinner last night?
Exclamation It鈥檚 a wonderful work Maria, well done!

These are my four sentences:

  • You should take courses for your soft skills too
  • Start to practice!
  • How can you describe your learning process?
  • That鈥檚 a great idea!

Hey Platzinaut. 馃懇鈥嶐煉烩湪
Here are my notes of the lesson. 馃憞
Writing process

  • What do you want to communicate?
  • Why is it important?
  • Who is your audience?
  1. Prewriting:聽You are going to all the possible topics and ideas.
  2. Drafting:聽You are going to use all the ideas you had during prewriting and put them down on paper.
  3. Revising:聽 You are going to look for your format and content. You can go back to drafting and revising as many times as you need.
  4. Editing:聽 You are going to fix grammar errors, capitalization, and punctuation errors.
  5. Publishing:聽You are going to share the writing with your audience.


  • VERB:聽Can you please聽close聽the door?
  • NOUN:聽It came to a聽close.
  • ADJECTIVE:聽We are聽close聽friends.
  • ADVERB:聽Don鈥檛 be so聽close聽to each other.

Types of sentences

A group of words, usually containing a verb, that expresses a thought in the form of a statement, question, instruction, or exclamation and starts with a capital letter when written


The shortest grammatically correct sentence in English. Is an example of a sentence using only one word.

I am

The shortest complete sentence in English. It is complete because contains a subject, 鈥淚鈥, and the verb 鈥渁m鈥.

  • Declarative (statement)

I like chocolate.

I don鈥檛 like chocolate.

  • Imperative (command)


Don鈥檛 eat!

  • Interrogative (question)

Don鈥檛 you like chocolate?

Where is your house?

  • Exclamative (exclamation)

What a surprise!

How nice!

My sentences:

  1. I almost finish Platzi鈥檚 English school.
  2. Take the new course of the English school now!.
  3. Do you already take the newest course at the English school?
  4. Fernanda Amorin is an awesome teacher!
  • I need to tell you something really important.
  • Sit down,please!
    Are you cheating on me? 馃懇馃徎鈥嶐煢
  • No, honey! I just want to tell you: I love you, my princess.


  • I prefer to eat something sweet.
  • Go ahead!
  • what about you?
    -It鈥檚 my bad!

1- I like music.
2- Don鈥檛 move
3- Where are you from?
4- Great!

My sentences are:

  • Declarative: I like the music of Harry Styles.

  • Imperative: Stop, I don鈥檛 like this.

  • Interrogative: What it is the problem?

  • Exclamative: The music of One Direction is the best!

My sentences are
I like ice cream
Go study hard!
How did that happen?
That is magnificent!

My sentences are:
I like to read books.
Don鈥檛 run!
How would you describe yourself?
You are amazing!


  • It鈥檚 raining now, I can鈥檛 believe it.


  • Go downstairs and buy me a soda.


  • Would you like a glass of water?


  • You鈥檙e the best person I鈥檝e ever met!
My sentences: ***Declarative:*** My cat is beatiful ***Imperative:*** Run ***Interrogative:*** Are you student? ***Exclamative:*** Of course!
  • I am a developer
  • Start studying
  • Where are you from?
  • You are amazing
  • Where is the dog?
  • Wow that鈥檚 amazing!
  • Take a shower
  • The weather is cold

I am very happy, i undesrtand the class without cc

  • She is the most beautiful
  • Take a shower.
  • What do you like in you free time?
  • Awesome!

I like candies.
Catalina, please do your homework now!
Where do you live ?
What鈥檚 up! / That鈥檚 great!

My sentences:
Declarative: I want to travel.
Imperative: Sit down!
Interrogative: Did you get the job?
Exclamative: I can鈥檛 believe it!

I love doing exerise

Shut up!

Do you like my new look?

It鈥檚 amazing!

I love animals.
Don鈥檛 touch me
Are you listening to me?
What a nice day!

  • I live from away to city center
  • Don鈥檛 eat sugar!
  • who is the handsome man?
  • That sound great!

Declarative: I love pole dance.
Imperative: Go ahead!
Interrogative: How can I get there?
Exclamative: I love it!

-What a great class!

My sentences:

  • I have two dogs.

  • Stop! don鈥檛 do that.

  • Where do you see it?

  • OMG! I love that song.

  • Declarative: I鈥檓 falling in love with Pierce.
  • Imperative: Cheer up!
  • Interrogative: Are you serious?
  • Excalmative:Wow, it鈥檚 amazing!
  • I like music.

  • Study.

  • Were is your horse?

  • I鈥檓 stress!

I want to learn a lot of courses in Platzi platftorm.
please, close the refrigerator door carefully.
What is the best way to arrive quick to the next town?
I鈥檓 very happy to see you!

Declarative: You don鈥檛 want to travel.
Imperative: study right now.
Interrogative: What did you do last weekend?
Exclamative: Is amazing!

  1. Today is a sunny day
  2. Go out and enjoy the day!
  3. Will you go to the park?
  4. That is a good idea!

Sentence: A group of words that expresses an idea.

  • Declarative: Makes a statement or expresses an opinion (a declaration), and this kind of sentence ends with a period.
  • Imperative: Gives a command or makes a request, can finish with a period or an exclamation point.
  • Interrogative: Asks a question, this type of sentence often begins with who, what, where, when, why, how, or do, and it ends with a question mark.
  • Exclamation: Expresses great emotion such as excitement, surprise, happiness and anger, and ends with an exclamation point.

My sentences are:

  • I love to travel (Declarative)
  • Must eat here! (Imperative)
  • Why you love to travel? (Interrogative)
  • OMG! (Exclamative)
  • I live in America.

  • she live to two blocks of here.

  • Who are you?

  • Excellent!


  1. You鈥檙e marvelous.
  2. Do it extraordinary!
  3. What are you saying was impressive?
  4. Oh my gosh! That was astounding

I like cycling.
Let鈥檚 go to ride a bike!
Do you like cycling?
Cycling is amazing!

  • I love this course, it鈥檚 so interesting. (Declarative)
  • Go take a shower. (Imperative)
  • I love eating tteokbokki! (Exclamative)
  • Are you going to the mall? (Interrogative)

I love to go swimming. Declarative
Now!. Imperative
Where are you from?. Interrogative
What beautiful eyes!. Exclamative

Here are my sentences:

  1. I love to travel a lot (declarative)
  2. Eat your vegetables (imperative)
  3. Where are you? (Interrogative)
  4. I鈥檓 fine!

My sentences are:

I like to play videogames. (Declarative)
Just use this number in case of emergency (Imperative)
What do you study? (Interrogative)
Excellent, I love it! (Exclamative)

Covid means COrona VIrus Disease
Do your homework.
What color is this?
Oh my God!

I can play the piano.
Don鈥檛 smoke!
Where did you buy it?
What a coincidence!

My sentences:

  • Declarative: I like play chess.
  • Imperative: Don鈥檛 go out in a pandemic.
  • Interrogative: How was your exam?
  • Exclamative: I love my family!

The weather in C煤cuta is very hot. (Declarative)
Do your exercises (Imperative)
What kind of music do you like? (Interrogative)
Congratulations !! (Exclamative)

homework \* my cousins are traveling and i am alone in house (declarative) \*stand up group 5 (imperactive) \*why are you so late? (interrogative) \*oh my goss (explamative)
My sentences are: I like drive a car (Declarative) Clean the kitchen (Command) Do you have a little bit money? (Question) What a great! (Exclamation)
Hi everyone! My sentences: * I am a student. * Don't play. * Do you know to cook? * Do it!
1. **Informativa**: "La tienda est谩 **cerrada**." 2. **Declarativa**: "No **debes correr**." 3. **Interrogativa**: "驴**Qu茅 hora es**?" 4. **Exclamativa**: "隆Feliz **cumplea帽os**!"
* They come here in a few minutes. * Put the candy in the stand. * How is your mother? * Don't lose your phone!
I really like butterflies. Declarative Move it! Command Have you been there before? Interrogative Oh yes that's what I have on mind! Exclamative
Exercise: * Declarative: I have to go to the job. * Imperative: Don麓t do it! * Interrogative: Where is my cellphone? * Exclamative: Good job!
* Declarative: I don't like fish. * Imperative: Run * Interrogative: What's the day today? * Exclamative: Have a great day!
Now I go to the gym (Declarative) You don't like the militaty press?(Interrogarive) Stay away from the beer隆(Impertative) what the hell is going on here(Exclamative)

Declarative: I like to go for a walk
Imperative: I want to go home as soon as possible.
Interrogative: Where is the Entrance?
Exclamative: The party was lousy.

He thinks you are lying. Please, be on time. Where is your notebook? I love this skirt!
I like motorcycles. Don't do it. How'd you know? That's crazy!
* Declarative (statement). * I like chocolate. * I don't like chocolate. * Imperative (command). * Eat. * Don't eat. * Interrogative (question) * Don't you like chocolate? * Where is your house? * Exclamative (exclamation) * What a surprise! * How nice!
In English grammar, sentences are categorized into four main types based on their structure and purpose: declarative, interrogative, imperative, and exclamatory. Each type serves a different function and conveys a different mood or intention. 1. **Declarative Sentences**: Declarative sentences make statements or assertions. They provide information, express thoughts, or convey ideas. Declarative sentences typically end with a period. Examples: * "The sun is shining." * "She likes to read books." * "I am going to the store." 2. **Interrogative Sentences**: Interrogative sentences ask questions. They seek information or clarification. Interrogative sentences often begin with a question word (who, what, where, when, why, how) or a helping verb (is, are, do, can, will), and they end with a question mark. Examples: * "Where are you going?" * "What time is the meeting?" * "How do you solve this problem?" 3. **Imperative Sentences**: Imperative sentences give commands, instructions, or requests. They are used to direct or persuade someone to do something. Imperative sentences can end with a period or an exclamation mark, depending on the intensity of the command or request. Examples: * "Please pass the salt." * "Close the door behind you." * "Don't forget to call me." 4. **Exclamatory Sentences**: Exclamatory sentences express strong emotions or feelings. They convey excitement, surprise, anger, joy, or other intense emotions. Exclamatory sentences often begin with what or how and end with an exclamation mark. Examples: * "What a beautiful day it is!" * "How amazing that performance was!" * "I can't believe you did that!" It's important to note that within these main types, sentences can vary in complexity and structure. Additionally, sentences can be combined to form compound or complex sentences, which contain multiple clauses or phrases. Understanding the different types of sentences helps writers convey their intended meaning effectively and adds variety to their writing.
declarative: I usually get up at 6:30 imperative: shut up please! interrogative:what do you do? exclamation:good idea!
I hate this film; it鈥檚 very boring. (Declarativa) Odio esta pel铆cula; es muy aburrida. Look at the stars! (Exclamativa) 隆Mira las estrellas! Do you want to prepare the dessert? (Interrogativa) 驴Quieres preparar el postre? I didn鈥檛 know you were here! (Exclamativa, negativa) 隆No sab铆a que estabas ac谩! Don鈥檛 look up. (Imperativa, negativa) No mires hacia arriba. Fuente: <>
Declarative: She's eating vegetables Imperative: Go at the home Interrogative: Do you want to eat some cake? Exclamation: It's beutiful!
I'm like video games much. (Declarative) Don't do that! (Imperative) You like my lunch? (Interrogative) That's incredible! (Exclamative)
Hello there. I'm going to USA next weekend but first you need to clean my kitchen's counter before I go. You: why don't you do it? Me: because I've being pretty busy and I don't have time at all, but don't worry I'll pay you a decent amount of cash. You: Oh! well, that sounds nice. Me: Thank you, you are a beautiful person!!
1. I like liseting to music. 2. Run! 3. would you like an ice cream? 4. That's so cute!
My sentences: Declarative I like videogames I dont like videogames Imperative: Run Dont run! Interrogative: Don麓t you like reggaeton? When is the party? Exclamative: What the hell!
Declarative: I like to never stop learning Imperative: Study now! Interrogative: Did you study English today? Exclamation: I'm so proud of you!
Type of sentences: * Declarative: I would like to visit Rome some day. * Imperative: Go to the school right now! * Interrogative: Would you like to date me tonight? * Exclamative: That's awesome! Thanks.
1. The sun rises at 6 a.m 2. Go to the job 3. What time is de dinner ? 4. The hamburger is delicious !
These are my sentences. Declarative The sky is blue Imperative sit down now Interrogative Why is your girlfriend ? Exclamative It's very white
Declarative: I love read books. Imperative: Listen and repeat. Interrogative: What are you doing here? Exclamative: I麓ts amazing! \=)
My sentences: -I love dogs. -Don't run -What is your phone number? -How nice to see you again!
* I like singing * Do it! * Do you like sushi? * Perfect!
Soy al 煤nico que se le esta haciendo muy pesado este curso b谩sico? :(
declarative: I like pizza. imperative: Walk faster. interrogative: What are you doing? Exclamative: Amazing!
My sentences are: I like to do exercise. It's funny! Why? Just because it's amazing!
I like this course. Don't stop learning! Which is your favorite teacher? Hi!
I don't like chai tea You can't go to the party Do you want to talk outside? What a great movie!
**My sentences are:** * <u>Declarativa</u>: I study for four hours every day, except the days Sunday. * <u>Imperativa</u>: Don麓t repeat yourself. * <u>Interrogativa</u>: Which is the best mouse? * <u>Exclamativa</u>: I麓m really excited for this course!
I prefer hang out with friends. Run Forrest! Run! When is your birthday? So nice to meet you!
I like going running. Drive safe. What is your phone number? Amazing!
My live is good. (Declarative) Study now! (Imperative) Do you like coffee? (Interrogative) This place is amazing! (Exclamative)
These are my comments for each one: Declarative I want to go supermarket. Imperative Do not do it! Interrogative What is your favorite color? Exclamative You are amazing!
1. I want to become a professional medical interpreter. 2. Go do it! 3. Weren't you supposed to be in class. 4. Thank you! It's very sweet of you!
Sentences: 1. I like traveling around the world. (Declarative) 2. Just do it. (Imperative) 3. What do you think about it? 4. That's Amazing!
  1. Declarative: I like this job.
  2. Imperative: Don鈥檛 move.
  3. Interrogative: Do you like this course?
  4. Exclamative: Oh no!
Types of sentences: * <u>Declarative:</u> I want a new car. * I don't want this shirt. * <u>Imperative:</u> Keep down. * Don't stop. * <u>Interrogative:</u> Is someone here? * What's your favorite color? * <u>Exclamative:</u> Awesome! * Be careful!
My sentences are: Declarative: I like hamburger's Imperative: Do the laundry Interrogative: Do you like these pants? Exclamative: Don't touch de kitchen!
My sentences are. 1. I like to play videogames 2. Don't smoke 3. Are you tired? 4. Hi!
I like dance (Declarative) Do it (Imperative) Do you want to go to the movies? (Interrogative) Piece of cake! (Exclamative) Regards,
* Declarative: * You start to work at 7:00 am. * Imperative * So, go to bed! * Interrogative * Wait! Did you eat something? * Exclamative * Oh?, What a shame!!!

This is my comment.
Read it, please.
Are you reading my comment?

  • I study a lot about JavaScritp.

  • Go straigth and turnd left on the end street.

  • How is it going?

  • Let鈥檚 do it!

Hello! Here are my sentences: 1. **Short sentences:** Look! 2. **Declarative**: I like programming. 3. **Imperative**: Don't cook, please! 4. **Interrogative**: Do you like ice cream? 5. **Exclamative**: Happy Birthday!
Write one of each. I鈥檓 writing on english. You should try it! Have you written before? That鈥檚 incredible!

My sentences:

  1. I really like this course. (Declarative)
  2. Never stop learning, try studying every day at least a half an hour. (Imperative)

3.How鈥檚 the weather there? (Interrogative)
4. It鈥檚 a good day for an ice cream! (Exclamative)

Los subt铆tulos? Gracias

My practice:
1. Declarative: I like sushi.
2. Imperative: Stop!
3. Interrogative: Where are you from?
4. Exclamative: What a beauty!

I like this shirt
Do not do it
Why you are here?
What a thrill!

My creations:

  • Being a couch potato can lead to a sedentary lifestyle
    if not balanced with physical activity. (Declarative)

  • Goodness gracious! The cat just did a backflip off the couch! what a feline gymnast! (exclamative)

  • Did the chicken really cross the road to get to the other side? (interrogative)

  • Step away from the TV. (imperative)

. I like this course ( statement )
. just do it ( command)
. why the question? ( question)
. What an unexpected surprise (exclamation)

I want a red car. (Declarative)
Look for the pencil.(Imperative)
What is your name? (Interrogative)
Congratulation! (Excalamative)