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Need help writing a birthday card with 4 types of sentences? declarative, interrogative imperative and exclamatory?

asked by Lisa
  1. http://www.k12reader.com/4-sentence-types/

    I'll be glad to comment on your sentences.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. Birthday Card

    Happy Birthday to you on this special day! (E)

    Shine like a star today. (D)

    How old are you today? (In)

    Have a wonderful time at your celebration party (Imp)

    May all your dreams come true.

    Wishing you all the the best

    One year old and wiser!!

    Have a great day today

    posted by Lisa
  3. MIss sue can you check this for me?

    posted by Lisa
  4. Happy Birthday to you on this special day! (E) - Yes

    Shine like a star today. (D) - No. What is the subject?

    How old are you today? (In) - Ues

    Have a wonderful time at your celebration party (Imp) - Yes

    posted by Ms. Sue
  5. Happy Birthday to you on this special day (E)

    Shine like a star today on you Birthday (D)

    How old are you today? (In)

    Have a wonderful time at your celebration party.

    can you help me out im struggling

    posted by Lisa
  6. You still don't have a subject for the declarative sentence.

    Here's a declarative sentence you could use.

    I hope you have a great day.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  7. thank you Miss Sue did I use all the four sentences?

    posted by Lisa
  8. I think I need an imperative sentence?

    posted by Lisa
  9. WHat would an imperative sentence be?

    posted by Lisa
  10. You already posted an imperative sentence and correctly identified it.

    posted by Ms. Sue


  11. I'll be glad to comment on your sentences.
    • English - Lisa, Sunday, November 2, 2014 at 6:40pm
    Birthday Card

    Happy Birthday to you on this special day! (E)

    Shine like a star today. (D)

    How old are you today? (In)

    Have a wonderful time at your celebration party (Imp)

    May all your dreams come true. (?)

    Wishing you all the the best. (E)

    One year older and wiser!! E

    Have a great day today!! E

    Happy Birthday to you on this special day! (E) - Yes




    Have a wonderful time at your celebration party (Imp) - Yes
    Happy Birthday to you on this special day (E)

    Shine like a star today on you Birthday (D)


    I hope you have a great day. I

    posted by Lisa
  12. Miss Sue is this correct thank you

    posted by Lisa
  13. Miss Sue what would the sentence be May all your dreams come true be?

    posted by Lisa
  14. Think I got it now is this right?

    posted by Lisa
  15. Happy Birthday to you on this special day! (E) - Yes

    Shine like a star today. (D) - No. What is the subject?

    How old are you today? (In) - Yes

    Have a wonderful time at your celebration party (Imp) - Yes

    I hope you have a great day. - Declarative

    May all your dreams come true - Imperative

    posted by Ms. Sue

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