English--Because of Winn Dixie

Declarative and Interrogative Sentences

Declarative sentences make statements. They end with periods. For example: I like to go to the library. Interrogative sentences ask questions. They end with question marks. For example: What time does the library open?


MiscommunicationĀ Play a game in which two people have a conversation with each other. One player can only use declatartive sentences and the other player can use only interrogative sentences. The conversation should be fast-paced: players are not allowed to stop and think before speaking.