Test: Sentences - 2


20 Questions MCQ Test English Marigold Class 5 | Test: Sentences - 2


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QUESTION: 1

Which type of sentence must end with a question mark?

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QUESTION: 2

May I have a pencil?

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QUESTION: 3

I'll help you if you help me.

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QUESTION: 4

What does an exclamative sentence usually end with?

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QUESTION: 5

ALBHS is located in Kannapolis, North Carolina __

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QUESTION: 6

While I was doing my homework, my father cooked the dinner and my mother was asleep in front of the television.

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QUESTION: 7

Which is an exclamative sentence?

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QUESTION: 8

Slow down before you get into an accident __

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QUESTION: 9

I don't know why he did that.

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QUESTION: 10

Which is a declarative sentence?

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QUESTION: 11

A sentence that's used to give someone an order or a command is an _______ sentence.

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 Imperative sentences are used to issue a command or instruction, make a request, or offer advice.

QUESTION: 12

He told me that he is returning to London next summer.

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QUESTION: 13

Stop, take your hands off of me!

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QUESTION: 14

"Sit down and be quiet!" What type of sentence is this?

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QUESTION: 15

We were doing a mathematics test when the fire alarm rang yesterday.

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QUESTION: 16

The FORM of a declarative sentence is

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A declarative sentence is written in the present tense and expresses a direct statement. It can be a simple or compound sentence. A simple declarative sentence consists of a subject and a predicate.

QUESTION: 17

Yikes! I feel terrible that you got into an accident this morning __

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QUESTION: 18

Because she runs every day, she is very fit.

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complex sentence

QUESTION: 19

Get up out of that bed immediately.

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This is an Imperative sentence

Because it is an order. which usually comes in imperative sentences

QUESTION: 20

Mrs. Williams went to the store.

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