Sentences

posted by Jin

I'm having trouble understanding what kind of sentences these are:
Compound?
Compound-complex?
Declarative?
Interrogative?
Imperative?
Loose?
Periodic?

Thank you!


Tyr here:
http://www.eslincanada.com/englishlesson2.html

Then here:

http://www.arts.uottawa.ca/writcent/hypergrammar/sntorder.html

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