Sentences Worksheets Practice
A sentence is a group of words that expresses a complete thought. There a four types of sentences in the English language. They are; imperative, declarative, exclamatory and interogative. Often times, a sentence is made up of one subject and one predicate. If two sentences are joined together with a connecting word, they create a compound sentence. Our sentences worksheets page includes; simple sentences, compound sentences, complex sentences, types of sentences, four kinds of sentences and run-on sentences worksheets.
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Simple Sentences Worksheets
A simple sentence is a sentence structure that contains one independent clause and no dependent clauses. It contains a simple subject and simple predicate. These Simple Sentences worksheets are for students at the beginner and intermediate level.
Compound Sentences Worksheets
A compound sentence is composed of at least two independent clauses. A compound sentence always use a connecting word such as; and, or, but. When two sentences come together as one, they are called a compound sentence. These Compound Sentences worksheets are for students at the beginner and intermediate level.
Complex Sentences Worksheets
A complex sentence has an independent clause and a dependent clause. An independent clause is a complete sentence that can stand on its own. A dependent clause is not a complete sentence for it cannot stand on its own.
Types of Sentences Worksheets
There are four types of sentences in the English language. They are declarative, imperative, interrogative and exclamatory. Declarative sentences make a statement. Imperative sentences give a command. Interrogative sentences ask a question. Exclamatory sentences express strong feeling. Remember to try to use each type of sentence when you write. These Types of Sentences worksheets are for students at the beginner and intermediate level.
Run on Sentences Worksheets
A run on sentence occurs when two separate sentences are joined without any form of punctuation. Run-on sentences usually occur when the writer does not put a period to signal the end of a complete thought. These Run-on Sentences worksheets are for students at the beginner, intermediate and advanced level.
Kinds of Sentences Worksheets
There are four kinds of sentences in the English language. (Imperative, Declarative, Exclamatory, Interrogative) The imperative sentence gives a command. The declarative sentence makes a statement. The interrogative sentence asks a question. The exclamatory sentence expresses strong feeling.