The subject is butter, and the sentence starts with the adverb where. Because every question has an answer. Because of this we can understand sentence type by analyzing the function that the sentence serves. And sometimes they use them when they are not actually asking questions. I think a good argument can be made for any of these three: interrogative, imperative, or exclamatory. Use exclamatory sentences sparingly as too much excitement may annoy the reader or listener. Weegy: If you ask me, there's no hobby like fishing.
All sentences must end with a punctuation mark that signals their limit and in some cases, like with interrogative and exclamatory sentences, assigns their tone or meaning. In other words, it states how some church leaders were appointed in New Testament times, but it never clearly says that all churches are supposed to do it a certain way. Note the form and function of the above four types. My mother--what a pianist--taught me all I know about music. It must either make a statement, issue a command, ask a question, or exclaim and emotion or idea.
When contemplating sentence types, you should consider two things: the function and the structure of the sentence. He leaves the questions open of unanswered. However, exclamatory sentences are always one of the above as well. But why is it only when weather changes abruptly that we begin to notice it? Interrogative Sentences Purpose: to ask a question to get information Punctuation: The purpose of an interrogative sentence is to ask a question. Rather than contradict his own word, the judge set the man free.
Otherwise you sound like you are shouting all the time. It is also called an assertive sentence or a declarative sentence and is the most common type of sentence. But function and form do not always coincide, especially with a change in intonation. Statement sentences almost always end in a period. We use the exclamative form to make an exclamation. Interrogative sentences end in question marks.
Do be a bit more careful. Interrogative sentences or questions tend to fall into two categories: open-ended questions and closed questions. Write your answers in the comments if you like. User: Which of the following is a run-on sentence? I was anxious about my trip to the Philippines to visit relatives because I had not been there in twenty years, and I did not know what to expect. They are not real flowers.
The wind is very strongespecially in Bagiuo. Declarative sentences can be either positive affirmative or negative. Prepositional Phrase: A phrase that begins with a preposition i. Or we can use the interrogative form to make an exclamation— Wow, can Jo play the piano! Exclamatory Interrogative Imperative Declarative Weegy: Do your work! Please leave your footwear outside. A statement about what might be real, but is not at the present : If I lived in America, I would earn a lot of money. Example of an interrogative sentence: Will you please take out the trash? Cambodia, an interesting country, is located in southeast Asia.
What did you do then? However, it contains only one independent clause. This is also known as a subordinate clause. The bell rang last week. When we consider the function of the sentence, we are primarily concerned with what punctuation ends the sentence. Most left handed people are creative.
Examples The door is green. Only use them on sentences that are truly exclamatory. Anyway, questions like this are unavoidably ambiguous. Add another subject to the sentence C. If I were you, I would take up a sport and keep fit. Imperative sentences can be positive or negative.