The Sentence: Types and Questions

Example-:

  • The sun sets in the west.
  • India is the second most populated country of the world.
  • How are you?
  • May I talk to you?
  • Can you please, close the door?

The above are examples of a sentence. A sentence is a group of words that makes complete sense.
TYPES OF SENTENCE

DECLARATIVE SENTENCE
A sentence that declares or states something is called Declarative or Assertive sentence.
For example-:

  • Sun rises in the east.
  • India won the world cup in 2011.
  • Moon revolves around the earth.
INTERROGATIVE SENTENCE
A sentence that asks a question, is called an interrogative sentence
For example-:

  • What kind of books do you like to read?
  • What do you do in your idol time?
  • Are you applying for general or academic?
IMPERATIVE SENTENCE
A sentence that expresses a command or request or a desire or an appeal is called an Imperative sentence.
For example-:

  • Please, close the door. //request
  • Get out of the room. //command
  • God, give me good marks in this exam. //desire
  • Help me, universe. //appeal
EXCLAMATORY SENTENCE
A sentence that expresses a strong or sudden feeling is called exclamatory sentence.
For example-:

  • What a shame!
  • I just won the lottery!
  • Wow, you look pretty!

While writing sentence a there are certain rules that need to be considered-:

  1. A sentence always begins with a capital letter.
  2. A declarative or imperative sentence always has a full stop (.) in the end.
  3. A question mark (?) is placed at the end of an interrogative sentence.
SENTENCE

SENTENCE

EXERCISE 101
Write the type of sentence, in front of each of the following sentence.

  1. Why are you late?
  2. What nonsense is this!
  3. Australia is the smallest continent.
  4. Which country do you belong to?
  5. Can you give me your notebook, please.
  6. Be quiet.
  7. I have completed my graduation.
  8. Can you please give me some money.
  9. I wish I get band 9 in IELTS.
  10. What have I done to offend you?

Exercise 102
Rewrite the following sentences with the correct punctuation marks.

  1. Get lost
  2. Why are you so late
  3. Humpty dumpty sat on a wall
  4. Oh, I didn’t see you come
  5. Are you serious
  6. pluto is no more part of our solar system
  7. Can you please close the door
  8. I don’t know what happened here
  9. Oh no, I am late again
  10. Time is precious, waste it wisely

ANSWERS-:
Exercise 101

  1. Interrogative sentence
  2. Exclamatory sentence
  3. Declarative sentence
  4. Interrogative sentence
  5. Imperative sentence
  6. Imperative sentence
  7. Declarative sentence
  8. Imperative sentence
  9. Imperative sentence
  10. Interrogative sentence

Exercise 102

  1. Get lost.
  2. Why are you so late?
  3. Humpty dumpty sat on a wall.
  4. Oh, I didn’t see you come!
  5. Are you serious?
  6. Pluto is no more part of our solar system.
  7. Can you please close the door.
  8. I don’t know what happened here!
  9. Oh no, I am late again!
  10. Time is precious, waste it wisely.

EXCLAMATORY SENTENCE
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What Do IELTS Band Mean ?

What Do IELTS Band Mean:

Have you ever wondered what do IELTS band stand for? What do the world means when
it says, you have got band 7? And then what does it mean if they say you got a band 3.
Here, I am, decoding what goes behind these words.

BAND 9-: when I say you got a band 9, it means you have a accurate and fluent command of the language.

BAND 8-: It means you are a very good user. Although you do have good command of the language, you do make some
mistakes, may be in not so familiar situations.

BAND 7-: Band 7 refers to the fact that you are a good user. Although you can operate well using the language, but there are some occasional inaccuracies, misunderstandings and inappropriateness in some situations.

BAND 6-: A Band 6 means you can fairly use the language and understand it, usually in familiar situations.

BAND 5-: If your are a Band 5, it means you can go about and have basic communication in your field. Although, you are bound to make mistakes if taken to unfamiliar situations.

BAND 4-: A BAND 4 person has basic competency with the language in familiar situations.

BAND 3-: If you are BAND 3, you can understand and convey basic English words.
BAND 2-: You can not do a real communication in English if you are a BAND 2. You may use some isolated words.

BAND 1-: You essentially have no ability to use the language. May be very few words.

BAND 0-: You did not attended the test.

SO, go fellas and increase your band, and live the life you have dreamt of.

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Checklist To Get Band 9

If you are preparing to get a band 9 in IELTS, remember two things, first, it is tough. Second, if you had the guts to prepare for band 9, you surely deserve it.
If you really want a band 9 in your writing section, be sure that you check the following things in your essay.

LOGICAL PATTERN
Find out if your essay follows a logical pattern? To ensure a logical pattern prepare a rough draft of the essay before you start writing the essay.
GRAMMAR
You get 2.25 marks for grammar. Keep this is mind. Make sure that you use different grammatical styles and also that your sentences are grammatically correct.
checklist to get a band 9 essay

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INTRODUCTION MUST BE RELEVANT
While writing the introduction make sure that you have used three high quality words. Also ensure that you stated your opinion in the introduction, correlated with the statement.
CONCLUSION MUST BE SPECIFIC
Observe that you have mentioned the reasons for your opinion and state the main reason behind your opinion in the paragraph.
Make it a point to paraphrase your introduction sentence in the conclusion to mark a positive end.

Remember, the band 8 and band 9 writes the same essay, it is only the minute yet distinguishing difference that makes you band 9.

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KEEPING EBOLA AT BAY
There are 21 highlighted words in the passage below. Find out if you know their meaning and mark yourself on 21.

Concerns over Ebola have escalated after the United States and Spain reported their first cases of the disease diagnosed within their borders. A traveler from Liberia, a west-African nation where the disease is rampant, was found to be harbouring the disease causing virus several days after arriving in Dallas. In the case of Spain, a hospital nurse involved in the care of a sick priest repatriated from Sierra Leone, another west-African nation where the outbreak is continuing, has caught the virus. Given Ebola’s sinister reputation, there have been strident demands in the US , including congress, for measures to reduce the risk of infection being brought into the country. In response. American officials have said that measures to screen arriving airline passengers would be put in place. As it is, countries where Ebola transmission is ongoing are expected to carry out exit screening of all persons departing from their airports, seaports and major land crossings. Using temperature monitoring systems and a questionnaire, the three west African nations of guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, which are the worst affected, have checked about 36,000 airlines passengers in the past two months. Only 74 of them had fever and three displayed other worrisome symptoms, but none of those individuals turned out to have Ebola, says US health officials. It remains to be seen if screening passengers on arrival will actually reduce of risk of the virus getting in. those infected can take between two and 21 days to show symptoms of the disease, and, as happened with Liberian who was diagnosed in Dallas, that may not occur before they set out on their journey.
The obama administration has refused to entertain ideas of blocking the entry of those coming from the affected countries. If the US were to adopt such extreme steps, other nations will doubtless follow suit. As it is, the outbreak has been a colossal calamity for three of the world’s poorest nations, requiring a massive international response to the resulting humanitarian crisis. Isolating those countries for any extended period will only add to their hardships and hamper the ongoing international efforts to provide assistance. India and other countries untouched by Ebola must, however, be ready to response plans should an infected person turn up on their shores. The ability to quickly diagnose and isolate such cases, ensure rigorous infection control in healthcare settings, and track down and monitor an infected individual’s contact are essential. Nigeria and Senegal, west African countries that saw imported cases, were able to stop the virus from spiralling out of control. Good planning holds the key to getting the better of Ebola.
The passage has been taken from “The Hindu”, editorial section dated: Tuesday, October 9, 2014.

vocabulary words

vocabulary words


VOCABULARY EXPLAINED

ESCALATED
It means to make something either greater or worse or more serious etc. Herein the concerns over Ebola have escalated, meaning that the concerns have become more serious.
DIAGNOSED
It means to exactly tell the reason of the disease or the problem. When it says that US and Spain claimed that they were the first to diagnose it within their borders, it means they were the first to find out the reason behind the disease.
RAMPANT
It means to exist or spread everywhere in an uncontrollable way. The meaning is obvious, the disease is spreading in Liberia in a way that is not controllable.
HARBOURING
Harbouring has many meanings. The one used here, means to contain something and allow it to develop. So, the traveler from Liberia was roaming about with the disease without getting it checked and therefore allowing it to develop within the body.
PRIEST
Priest is a person who is qualified to perform religious duties and ceremonies in Roman Catholic, Anglican and Orthodox Churches.(definition by Oxford Dictionary).
REPATRIATED
Repatriated means to bring or send back someday to their own country. Here, it means the nurse was brought back from Sierra Leone to her native country i.e. spain.
SINISTER
Sinister is anything that seems evil or devil. Here the outbreak of Ebola is said to be something quite devilish, after all it caused a lot of deaths.
STRIDENT
Strident means being aggressive and determined. So, in the passage, it means that people are demanding measures to reduce the infection, very aggressively and with full of determination.
DEPARTING
Departing means leaving a place. In the text, it means every person who is departing i.e. leaving from airports, seaports is being screened thoroughly.
QUESTIONNAIRE
A questionnaire is a collection of question that need to be answered by people so that some information can be collected. In the context, the West African countries are asking people different questions to get information from the passengers.
WORRISOME
Worrisome is anything that makes you worry. So, when it says that some have showed worrisome symptoms, it means the symptoms have caused worry. It could be because they are quite serious.
SYMPTOMS
Symptom is a sign that explains something bad. You can even understand it as, a change in the body or mind that shows you are not healthy. Herein it simply means that it takes 21 days to see any signs of the disease.
ADMINISTRATION
Administration has many meanings associated with it. The one that is used here is :” the government of a country”. So, in the text it means that the government of obama has refused to entertain any ideas of …. .
COLOSSAL
Colossal means extremely large. So, when it says “the outbreak has been a colossal calamity”, it means it has been extremely large.
HUMANITARIAN
Humanitarian is concerned with reducing suffering and improving conditions that people live in(definition from the oxford dictionary). When the writer says, “resulting humanitarian crisis”, it means the condition of people living has deteriorated.
HARDSHIP
Hardship refers to a situation that is tough usually because you don’t have the basic amenities i.e. water, clothes, food etc. Adding it to their hardship means it will make difficult things more difficult for them.
HAMPER
To hamper means, to prevent somebody to easily doing or achieving something. “isolating countries will hamper international efforts, means if isolation takes place, the efforts would either be stopped or it would become difficult to do what they are doing.
ASSISTANCE
It simply means to help or support. So, the sentence,” hamper the ongoing effort to provide assistance”, means to create problems to either stop or make it difficult to provide help.
ENSURE
Ensure means to make sure that something definitely happens. “Ensure rigorous infection control means”, to make it sure that infection control measures definitely take place.
RIGOROUS
If something is done carefully and with lot of attention, it means it is done rigorously. In the context it means that the infection control measures must take place with lot of attention, after all the disease is going viral at a high speed.
IMPORTED
Import has lot of meaning. The one used here is: to bring in from a foreign country. Herein it means, the cases of people who were not part of their country.
SPIRALLING
As used in here, spiralling means to increase rapidly. So, what it means is that the African countries that saw cases of imported people, were able to stop virus from increasing rapidly.

To those who got more than 17 correct, you already are good in vocabulary. Others don’t loose hope, even if you have 0 correct answers, remember, it is not the smartest who wins the war, the war is won by the one who works the hardest.

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