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Sentence type refers to the communicative function of a sentence. Sentences can be declarative and express a particular statement or proposition. They can be interrogative and be a request for information, they can be orders (imperatives), or even exclamations of opinion.
- Imperative Mood (definition)
- Declarative (definition)
- Interrogative (definition)
- Exclamation (definition)
- Negation (definition)
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