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A declarative sentence is basically a statement. This is by far the most commonly used sentence type. In a declarative sentence, the writer is making a statement (or declaration) about something or someone. Declarative sentences end with a period. For example:

This computer is very old.

The stealthy submarine slipped past the enemy’s defenses.

She sells seashells by the sea shore.

All of these examples are declarative sentences because they are statements about something or someone.


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