Types of Sentences Exercises

It is important that students understand the type of sentences they are using. Having a basic knowledge of the types of sentences helps students to use them correctly. The following exercises provided by BYJU’S make sure that students understand the meaning of different types of sentences. Types of sentences make an important English Grammar topic, and it’s necessary to introduce students to this topic at the primary level.

BYJU’S team provides you with various free types of sentences exercises that students can practise to clear their doubts about various types of sentences. These exercises will help students later to easily differentiate between the different types of sentences. Let’s check the following exercises.

Types of Sentence Exercises with Answers

Don’t you often wonder whether the answer you have written is correct or not? Well, to help you out of this plight, the BYJU’S team has come up with a wonderful solution. BYJU’S now has come up with different types of sentence exercises with answers so that students can check their answers, and correct the wrong ones. Let’s go through the exercises given below.

Identify the Type of Sentence

Read the following sentences and identify the type of sentence.

  1. Please shut the windows and doors.
  2. Do you like chocolate pastries?
  3. My name is Astrid Gracy.
  4. Where are you going?
  5. Such a beautiful place!
  6. Go and try this new flavour.
  7. Today is gloomy weather.
  8. Please clean your cupboard today.
  9. Turn off all the lights and fans when you leave the room.
  10. May I come in?
  11. How would you like your coffee?
  12. I love reading storybooks.
  13. Never tell lies.
  14. The Earth revolves around the Sun.
  15. Alas! We lost the trophy.
  16. Hurray! We won the competition.
  17. Asia is the largest continent.
  18. Always respect your elders.
  19. Do you know where Peter lives?
  20. Get out of the classroom.

Answers –

  1. Imperative Sentence
  2. Interrogative Sentence
  3. Assertive / Declarative Sentence
  4. Interrogative Sentence
  5. Exclamatory Sentence
  6. Imperative Sentence
  7. Assertive / Declarative Sentence
  8. Imperative Sentence
  9. Imperative Sentence
  10. Interrogative Sentence
  11. Interrogative Sentence
  12. Assertive / Declarative Sentence
  13. Imperative Sentence
  14. Assertive / Declarative Sentence
  15. Exclamatory Sentence
  16. Exclamatory Sentence
  17. Assertive / Declarative Sentence
  18. Imperative Sentence
  19. Interrogative Sentence
  20. Imperative Sentence

Put Correct Punctuation

Go through the following sentence and put the correct punctuation.

  1. Wow, such a beautiful dress
  2. Do you want to go to the cafe
  3. Please bring me a cup of tea
  4. Simran is an intelligent girl
  5. Did you meet Mr Stephen Hawking
  6. Alas, my dog died
  7. The rainbow is so beautiful
  8. You should respect the views of others
  9. Captain America saved the little boy
  10. Please follow the traffic signals
  11. Can you tell me the time
  12. What a splendid match
  13. Emily Bronte wrote Wuthering Heights
  14. Do not run in the corridors
  15. Always help the poor


1. Wow! Such a beautiful dress.

2. Do you want to go to the movies?

3. Please bring me a cup of tea.

4. Simran is an intelligent girl.

5. Did you meet Mr Stephen Hawking?

6. Alas! My dog died.

7. The rainbow is so beautiful.

8. You should respect the views of others.

9. Captain America saved the little boy.

10. Please follow the traffic signals.

11. Can you tell me the time?

12. What a splendid match!

13. Emily Bronte wrote Wuthering Heights.

14. Do not run in the corridors.

15. Always help the poor.

The following exercises will solve your worry about How to Learn English. You can easily solve these exercises and check your answers from the given solutions.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many types of sentences are there?

There are four types of sentences, i.e. Assertive/Declarative, Imperative, Exclamatory and Interrogative.

Do assertive and declarative sentences mean the same thing?

Yes, both assertive or declarative sentences mean the sentences that state facts, opinions or thoughts, and end with a full stop. For example, “Lotus is our national flower.”

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