Types of Sentences
Punctuation
Parts of Speech
Parts of Speech 2.0
Figurative Language
100

This type of sentence is meant to state something and usually ends with a period.

What is a Declarative Sentence?

100

Ends a basic sentence like a stop sign; we ALWAYS end most sentences with this!

What is a PERIOD (.)?

100

Person, Place, or Thing.

What is a noun?

100

These are words that seem excited--like WOW! or OUCH!

What is an interjection?

100

This is a word that compares something using the words like or as:

Wow! Damien is as happy as a clam!

What is a simile?

200

This type of sentence is excited and usually ends with an exclamation point!

What is an Exclamatory Sentence?

200

Ends a sentence that is asking a question.

What is a question mark?

200

Describes a noun

What is an adjective?

200

This is a word that tells you the location or POSITION of something!

What is a preposition?

200

This is a phrase that over-exaggerates something:

Micah is as tall as a house.

What is a hyperbole?

300

This type of sentence is used to ask a question and always ends with a question mark.

What is an Interrogative Sentence?

300

We put this in the middle of sentences when we take a pause or when we list off a series of something.

What is a comma?

300

This is a word that is doing something

What is a verb?

300

This is a word that takes the place of a noun such as he or she.

What is a pronoun?

300

This is a phrase that compares two things and does NOT use the word like or as:

Mrs. Kaylee is a bear without her morning coffee!

What is a metaphor?

400

This type of sentence is usually a command--where you're telling someone they need to do something, and ends with a period.

What is an Imperative Sentence?

400

What is wrong with the following sentence:

austin had a great day and enjoyed time on the field.

What is capitalization?

400
This describes a verb and ADDS something to it (usually an -ly)!

What is an adverb?

400
This is the noun at the end of a sentence. For example:

CJ went to the field today and threw around the ball.

Direct Object

400

This is a phrase that gives personalization to a non-living object:

The sky was crying large raindrops during the storm.

What is personification?


500

This goes at the end of a sentence in which someone is really excited, angry, or scared.

What is an exclamation point?
500
This connects words in a sentence--like, and, or but.

What is a conjunction?

500

This is what a PERSON is within a sentence:

Zachary grabbed his favorite ice cream from the lunchroom.

What is a subject?

500

These are two words that sound the same but are spelled differently, such as flower and flour.

What is a homophone?

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