We generally use words in groups when we speak or write.
For e.g., Mary had a little lamb.
A sentence, therefore, consists of a group of words that makes complete sense.
Kinds of Sentences
There are four kinds of sentences:
1. Assertive or declarative sentences make assertions, declarations or statements.
For e.g., I found the key.
2. Interrogative sentences ask questions.
For e.g., Where do you work?
3. Exclamatory sentences express a strong feeling or emotion.
For e.g., It’s cool in here!
4. Imperative sentences express a command, request, or plea.
For e.g., Don’t shout.
Lord have mercy.