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Declarative Sentence

A declarative sentence makes a statement or states an idea. Declarative sentences consist of a subject and a predicate. This worksheet will guide you through the process of generating a declarative sentence. Click on the components highlighted in   BLUE  . Sometimes there is more than one choice. Press START to begin.


 Sentence:  
 Subject  Predicate
 Nominative Personal Pronoun
Person Singular Plural  
1st   I     We  
2nd   You     You  
3rd   He     She     It     They  
 Noun, Noun Phrase
 Proper Noun
 John   Mary
 Noun Phrase
 Personal Possessive Adjective
 My Your His Her
 Its Our Their
Adverb Adjective Noun
very
extremely
small
interesting
pretty
strong
dog
dogs
image
images
hand
hands
tool
tools
 Proper Possessive Noun
 King John's    Mary's
Article Common Possessive
  Noun
A   An  The
lady's   engineer's
Verb, Verb Phrase
 
Verb Tense











 Complement
Prepositional Phrase
in the mountains
by the sea
under a pillow
in the bathtub
Noun, Noun Phrase
her pet
the delicious cookies
our clothes
Adverb
here
everywhere
<Adverb>* Adjective
ready
quick
extremely fast
brown
Present Participle
dancing
walking

Notes:
This syntactic worksheet constructs sentences whose grammar is correct, but whose semantics may be nonsensical like the sentence "Colorless green ideas sleep furiously" created by Norman Chomsky. The implementation of this worksheet is a context-sensitive finite-state automaton where the context is kept in internal variables. In particular, the context sensitive items are:

Refer to the Grammar section for a description of Declarative Sentences.


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