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Grade 5 - English Language
2.72 Declarative and Imperative

An assertive or declarative sentence is a sentence that states a fact. Such sentences are simple statements. They state, assert, or declare something.
Examples:
Jan is a student. She lives in a big city.

An imperative sentence is a sentence which gives command, makes a request, or express a wish.
Examples:
Go to your room. (an order)
Please lend me your book. (a request)
Have a good time at the picnic. (a wish)


Directions: Select the type of sentence shown in each question. Also write at least five examples of your own for Declarative and Imperative sentences.

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Grade 5 - English Language
2.72 Declarative and Imperative

Q 1: We had pizza for dinner.
Declarative
Imperative

Q 2: Go to your room.
Imperative
Declarative

Q 3: Bring me the red pen.
Declarative
Imperative

Q 4: I like ice cream.
Imperative
Declarative

Q 5: Go outside and play.
Declarative
Imperative

Q 6: I am ten years old.
Imperative
Declarative

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