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Published: 27/02/2017
Y2 | Vocabulary, punctuation and grammar
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Statements, questions, exclamations and commands

A punctuation and grammar resource to help children identify statements, questions, exclamations and commands.

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There are four main sentence types. They are: statements, questions, exclamations and commands.

Statements: These sentences tell you something. We use them in our everyday conversations. For example: Penguins lay eggs.

Questions: These sentences ask you something and end with a question mark. For example: Which penguin is the largest?

     

See other resources: Basic punctuation | Simple sentences


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Phuong Pham
Phuong Pham
In my lesson plan
Posted on 9th June 2017

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