Classification of Sentence

Sentence can be divided into five different groups.There are
1.Assertive Sentence
2.Interrogative Sentence
3.Imperative Sentence
4.Optative Sentence
5.Exclamatory Sentence.

1.Assertive Sentence :- 
A sentence which is used to make statement ,is called an Assertive Sentence.It is also called a Statement which is used to affirm or negate something.
I am playing  now.
Sunday is a holy day.
Sun rises in the east.
We did not watch the final match yesterday.
Features :-
An Assertive sentence begins with a capital letter as in the cases of 'I','S','S' and 'W' in the above sentences respectively.
It ends with a full stop(.) .

2.Interrogative Sentence :-
An Interrogative sentence is used to ask question.It may be affirmative(positive) and Negative(denying).
It is two types -
i)Yes/No type :- When the question is replied with yes or no that makes a complete answer.
Are you going to market? - Yes.
and ii) Wh type :- This type of Interrogative sentence needs Wh word  like who,why,when etc  to make question.
What are you doing here ?
Features :
It starts with a capital letter.
It ends with an interrogative mark.

3.Imperative Sentence :- 
An Imperative sentence is used to express order,request or advice .
Shut the door.(Order)
Please give me your pen.(Request)
Don't run in the Sun.(Advice)
Features:- It starts with capital letter.
Usually starts with a verb except Negative sentence.
Subject is not seen,it  is understood.
It ends with a full stop.

4.Optative Sentence:- 
 An Optative Sentence is used to express a wish.
May he live long.
May God bless you.
Features :
It begins with a Capital Letter.
Usually begins with May.
It ends in a Full Stop .

5.Exclamatory Sentence :- 
An Exclamatory Sentence is used to express the outbreak of a sudden feeling or emotion.
When we win a match we say - Hurrah ! we have won the match.
How nice !
Begins with a Capital Letter.
Usually starts with an exclamatory word followed by an exclamatory mark.
Usually ends in Full stop .
Sometime exclamatory mark is applied once at the end of the sentence.

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