What is a Sentence?
A Sentence is a group of words that makes a complete sense.
A sentence must have a subject and a verb, but it may or may not have an object.
a) He is reading
In this sentence He = Subject & is reading = verb
Four Kinds of Sentences :-
1) Declarative / Assertive Sentence
A declarative sentence makes a statement.
2) Interrogative Sentence
An interrogative sentence asks a question.
3) Exclamatory Sentence
An exclamatory sentence makes a very strong called an exclamation. It shows a strong feeling sucha as surprise or anger.
4) Imperative Sentence
An imperative sentence gives an order.
The Subject & The Object
The Subject of a sentence sometimes does something to someone or something else.
The person or thing that receives the action is called the object
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