Declarative, Imperative, Interrogative, Exclamatory | Class 5 Grammar Worksheets

Read the sentences given below and write whether they are declarative, interrogative, imperative or exclamatory.

An example is given below.

  • She is a pretty girl. (Declarative)

Exercise

  1. Bring a glass of water. …………………………………………
  2. Cut the apple into two. …………………………………………
  3. She put the books on the table. ……………………………………………
  4. How beautiful! …………………………………………
  5. What a surprise! …………………………………………
  6. Where are you going? …………………………………………
  7. Who are you? …………………………………………
  8. I want to go now. ………………………………………….
  9. Shut up. …………………………………………
  10. Go at once. ……………………………………………
  11. Leave me alone. …………………………………………
  12. Why did you do it? …………………………………………
  13. She always keeps her table neat. ……………………………………………
  14. What an amazing performance! ……………………………………………
  15. Keep quiet. ……………………………………………
  16. Don’t drive fast. ……………………………………………
  17. Hurrah! We have won the match. …………………………………………

Answers

  1. Bring a glass of water. (Imperative)
  2. Cut the apple into two. (Imperative)
  3. She put the books on the table. (Declarative)
  4. How beautiful! (Exclamatory)
  5. What a surprise! (Exclamatory)
  6. Where are you going? (Interrogative)
  7. Who are you? (Interrogative)
  8. I want to go now. (Declarative)
  9. Shut up. (Imperative)
  10. Go at once. (Imperative)
  11. Leave me alone. (Imperative)
  12. Why did you do it? (Interrogative)
  13. She always keeps her table neat. (Declarative)
  14. What an amazing performance! (Exclamatory)
  15. Keep quiet. (Imperative)
  16. Don’t drive fast. (Imperative)
  17. Hurrah! We have won the match. (Exclamatory)
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