Sentences for Grade 3

Sentences for Grade 3

What is a Sentence?

A group of words that are used to express a thought that makes sense is called a sentence.

All sentences begin with a capital letter.

We use sentences to speak, read and write.

Types of Sentences

  1. Assertive or Declarative Sentence
  2. Interrogative Sentence
  3. Exclamatory Sentence

Types of Sentences

1. Assertive: When a sentence states or declares something it is called an Assertive Sentence.

An Assertive sentence ends with a full stop.

Example:

The cat caught a rat.

Amy went to the park with her parents.

Pat fell down and hurt his leg.

2. Interrogative: When a sentence asks questions it is an Interrogative sentence.

An Interrogative sentence ends with a question mark.

Example: 

When will the bus arrive?

Have you eaten your lunch?

Don’t go too close to the fire?

3. Exclamatory: When a sentence expresses a strong feeling it is called an exclamatory sentence.

An exclamatory sentence ends with an exclamation mark.

Example:

Ouch! My leg hurts.

What a superb painting!

How neatly he writes!

for a complete lesson – 1. Sentences ( Gr 3 – GL)

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