Topic outline

    • Statements and Commands

      Statement sentence is a sentence that ends with a period. It declares or states something.

      Example: I finished my work.


      Command Sentence is a sentence that begins with a verb and end with an object, a person or a thing. It gives advice or instructions or expresses a request. In this type of sentence, subject is always ‘you’ but it is not clearly stated.

      It tells

            ·         someone to do something

          Example: Clean the floor. (The subject is "you.")

            ·         someone not to do something

          Example: Don't make noise. (The subject is "you.")

      Note: The polite form of a command sentence uses the word "please." Example: Please give that book to me.


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