Identify the Kinds of Sentences Exercises is a good collection. Hope, you have read the kinds of sentences first. If you haven’t, go back and read the rules. You will be good at these exercises. If you’ve gone through, let’s start.

Identify the Kinds of Sentences Exercises – 1

Identify the kinds of sentences from the following sentences and write their name against each of them.

  1. What are you doing here?
  2. Please sit down.
  3. Please tell us about the story of the criminal.
  4. Are your pens working good?
  5. Renu, you should not make mistakes.
  6. The stars are shining in the sky.
  7. What a nice dress it is!
  8. Your father is beating your brother.
  9. Children, please come inside the room.
  10. Don’t shout in the class.

Check Your Answers

  1. What are you doing here? Interrogative Sentence
  2. Please sit down. Imperative Sentence
  3. Please tell us about the story of the criminal. Imperative Sentence
  4. Are your pens working good? Interrogative Sentence
  5. Renu, you should not make mistakes. Declarative Sentence
  6. The stars are shining in the sky. Declarative Sentence
  7. What a nice dress it is! Exclamatory Sentence
  8. Your father is beating your brother. Declarative Sentence
  9. Children, please come inside the room. Declarative Sentence
  10. Don’t shout in the class. Imperative Sentence

Identify the Kinds of Sentences Exercises – 2

Identify the kinds of sentences from the following sentences and write their name against each of them.

  1. How terrible night it was!
  2. Get this chocolate from the grocery shop.
  3. How beautiful your sister is!
  4. Ravita is the fastest runner in your class.
  5. Please, stop making faces at my paintings.
  6. When does your father come to school?
  7. Please turn down the volume.
  8. Monu does not love to paint animals.
  9. This is the almirah where we keep our documents.
  10. How many books did you take from the school library?

Check Your Answers

  1. How terrible night it was! Exclamatory Sentence
  2. Get this chocolate from the grocery shop. Imperative Sentence
  3. How beautiful your sister is! Exclamatory Sentence
  4. Ravita is the fastest runner in your class. Declarative Sentence
  5. Please, stop making faces at my paintings. Imperative Sentence
  6. When does your father come to school? Interrogative Sentence
  7. Please turn down the volume. Imperative Sentence
  8. Monu does not love to paint animals. Declarative Sentence
  9. This is the almirah where we keep our documents. Declarative Sentence
  10. How many books did you take from the school library? Interrogative Sentence

Identify the Kinds of Sentences Exercises – 3

Identify the kinds of sentences from the following sentences and write their name against each of them.

  1. How old is your son?
  2. What a beautiful boy it is!
  3. Nature teaches everything.
  4. My sister is not feeling well.
  5. Shut the door carefully.
  6. Learn this psalm by heart.
  7. I shall not go to the sun.
  8. Draw a line between you and him.
  9. May God bless you!
  10. Do you do exercise on daily basis?

Check Your Answers

  1. How old is your son? Interrogative Sentence
  2. What a beautiful boy it is! Exclamatory Sentence
  3. Nature teaches everything. Declarative Sentence
  4. My sister is not feeling well. Declarative Sentence
  5. Shut the door carefully. Imperative Sentence
  6. Learn this psalm by heart. Imperative Sentence
  7. I shall not go to the sun. Declarative Sentence
  8. Draw a line between you and him. Imperative Sentence
  9. May God bless you! Optative Sentence
  10. Do you do exercise on daily basis? Interrogative Sentence

Identify the Kinds of Sentences Exercises – 4
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Identify the kinds of sentences from the following sentences and write their name against each of them.

  1. Don’t speak here.
  2. It is so cold.
  3. Stop wandering here and there.
  4. Who will talk to the prime minister?
  5. Do you recognise him?
  6. You are driving very fast.
  7. Good morning!
  8. We should keep working.
  9. Happy birthday!
  10. Please, help me.

Check Your Answers

  1. Don’t speak here. Imperative Sentence
  2. It is so cold. Declarative Sentence
  3. Stop wandering here and there. Imperative Sentence
  4. Who will talk to the prime minister? Interrogative Sentence
  5. Do you recognise him? Interrogative Sentence
  6. You are driving very fast. Declarative Sentence
  7. Good morning! Optative Sentence
  8. We should keep working. Declarative Sentence
  9. Happy birthday! Optative Sentence
  10. Please, help me. Imperative Sentence

Identify the Kinds of Sentences Exercises – 5

Identify the kinds of sentences from the following sentences and write their name against each of them.

  1. Yes, I can do it for you.
  2. Could you switch on the fan, please?
  3. Where are your friends playing today?
  4. Has he come back?
  5. There is no positive without negative.
  6. May you prosper!
  7. How wonderful news it is!
  8. May you go to hell!
  9. I will not go to the temple this month.
  10. Hello, my name is Don.

Check Your Answers

  1. Yes, I can do it for you. Declarative Sentence
  2. Could you switch on the fan, please? Imperative Sentence
  3. Where are your friends playing today? Interrogative Sentence
  4. Has he come back? Interrogative Sentence
  5. There is no positive without negative. Declarative Sentence
  6. May you prosper! Optative Sentence
  7. How wonderful news it is! Exclamatory Sentence
  8. May you go to hell! Optative Sentence
  9. I will not go to the temple this month. Declarative Sentence
  10. Hello, my name is Don. Declarative Sentence

Identify the Kinds of Sentences Exercises – 6

Identify the kinds of sentences from the following sentences and write their name against each of them.

  1. Wasn’t that sack is very heavy?
  2. How nice man he is!
  3. How can you be a nice man?
  4. What a beautiful rose it is!
  5. This rose is beautiful.
  6. What is beautiful?
  7. Is he a thief?
  8. Yes, he is.
  9. What! he is a thief.
  10. How strange!

Check Your Answers

  1. Wasn’t that sack is very heavy? Interrogative Sentence
  2. How nice man he is! Exclamatory Sentence
  3. How can you be a nice man? Interrogative Sentence
  4. What a beautiful rose it is! Exclamatory Sentence
  5. This rose is beautiful. Declarative Sentence
  6. What is beautiful? Interrogative Sentence
  7. Is he a thief? Interrogative Sentence
  8. Yes, he is. Declarative Sentence
  9. What! he is a thief. Exclamatory Sentence
  10. How strange! Exclamatory Sentence

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