Comparing Declarative & Imperative Sentences

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What does an imperative sentence do?

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1. What is the implied subject of an imperative sentence?

2. What is the function of a declarative sentence?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

On this quiz and worksheet, you can find questions about the usage of declarative and imperative sentences. You will be asked about their subjects and to find examples.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Check out the following topics on this quiz and worksheet:

  • Function of an imperative sentence
  • Implied subject of an imperative sentence
  • Function of a declarative sentence
  • Examples of both sentence types

Skills Practiced

  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you understand the definitions of declarative and imperative
  • Making connections - see that you know the implied subject of an imperative sentence
  • Compare and contrast - compare the properties of both types of sentences

Additional Learning

For more on the subject, view the lesson titled Comparing Declarative & Imperative Sentences. You will see these topics in the lesson:

  • Word order
  • Punctuation
  • Emotional impact of a sentence
  • Using sentences in real conversation
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