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What are the four types of sentences? Briefly describe each of the four types of sentences.
The four types of sentences are statement (declarative), question (interrogative), exclamatory, and commend (imperative). Statements or declarative sentences are sentences in which we are communicating information. Questions or interrogative statements are intended to seek or obtain information and they end with a question mark. Exclamatory sentences are intended to communicate strong emotions. Commands or imperative sentences tell someone to do something.
Subject: Political Science
What was the purpose of the Federal Papers as it pertains to the ratification of the Constitution of the United States? Who were the primary authors of the Federalist Papers?
The goal of the Federalist Papers was to develop public support for the ratification of the U.S. Constitution. The Federalist Papers were authored by Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, and James Madison.
A complete sentence has two components: the subject and the predicate. Using the following sentence, please identify the subject and predicate: "The man tries to escape." After identifying the subject and predicate, explain why you select each response given your understanding of the concepts.
"The man" is the subject of the sentence. We know this because the "the man" is who the sentence is about. The predicate would be "tries to escape" as this is describing what the subject is doing.
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