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Soundarya Central School English Communication Course for Teachers – day 1 (ws-2)

Grammar reference: Types of sentences


I. Read the conversation. Write the sentence type (declarative, interrogative, imperative,
exclamatory) next to each sentence. Then practice the conversation with a partner.

____________________________ 1. Suhan: There are so many cars here!


____________________________ 2. Nilam: Yeah, I know. It’s hard to believe we can
finally afford a new report.
____________________________ 3. Suhan: I just wish we had gotten the money a
different way than we did.
____________________________ 4. Nilam: Me, too. I didn’t even know your uncle
very well.
____________________________ 5. Suhan: Didn’t you meet him at the wedding?
____________________________ 6. Nilam: Yes, but I only had a short conversation
with him.
____________________________ 7. Suhan: I had no idea that he was going to leave us
so much money.
____________________________ 8. Nilam: Speaking of money, hold my purse for a
minute. I can’t find my wallet!

II. Work with a partner. Read the situations below. Choose one situation and write a
short conversation. Include each of the four sentence types at least once. Then practice
your conversation with your partner.

1. Two friends are arguing. One friend wants to borrow a large amount of money from the
other, who does not want to loan it.

2. A person is telling a family member that she or he just got a new job with a much higher
salary. Both are very excited.

3. A married couple is discussing what to do with a large amount of money they just inherited.
One person wants to save it; the other wants to spend it.

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Soundarya Central School English Communication Course for Teachers – day 1 (ws-2)

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