Examples of Declarative Sentences

A sentence whose only function is to state something is known as a declarative sentence. In other words, this type of sentence declares something to the listener or reader. They usually end with a full stop (.).

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Examples of Declarative Sentences

Examples of Declarative Sentences

Affirmative Declarative Sentences

  1. The earth is round.
  2. Cats are cute animals.
  3. John is a doctor.
  4. Water boils at 100 degrees Celsius.
  5. The Mona Lisa is a famous painting.
  6. The Eiffel Tower is located in Paris.
  7. The Great Wall of China is a marvel of engineering.
  8. The human body has 206 bones.
  9. New York City is known as the “City that Never Sleeps”.
  10. The pyramids of Egypt are ancient wonders of the world.

Negative Declarative Sentences

  1. Man cannot live without water.
  2. The sun does not revolve around the Earth.
  3. I didn’t receive any response to my email.
  4. The restaurant doesn’t serve vegetarian food.
  5. He isn’t interested in politics.
  6. The movie didn’t meet my expectations.
  7. The package wasn’t delivered on time.
  8. She doesn’t speak Spanish fluently.
  9. The car doesn’t start in cold weather.
  10. He doesn’t like to travel by air.
  11. The concert was cancelled due to bad weather.
  12. The company didn’t meet its sales target last quarter.

  1. The new policy is unpopular among employees.
  2. The cat is sleeping on the windowsill.
  3. The phone battery is dead and needs to be charged.
  4. She always arrives late to meetings.
  5. The baby is crying for attention.
  6. The restaurant serves delicious Italian food.
  7. His computer crashed during an important presentation.
  8. The football match was cancelled due to heavy rain.
  9. The flowers in the garden are blooming beautifully.
  10. The book I borrowed from the library was overdue.

  1. Did she pass the exam? No, she didn’t.
  2. Are you allergic to peanuts? No, I’m not.
  3. Have they finished the project yet? No, they haven’t.
  4. Does your friend play any musical instruments? No, he doesn’t.
  5. Did you buy the tickets for the concert? No, I didn’t.
  6. Is it going to rain tomorrow? No, it isn’t.
  7. Have you ever been to New York City? No, I haven’t.
  8. Do they offer a vegetarian menu at the restaurant? No, they don’t.
  9. Are the trains running on time today? No, they aren’t.
  10. Did you see the article in the newspaper? No, I didn’t.

Using Fewer, less, more, better

  1. I try to eat less sugar to maintain a healthy diet.
  2. He needs more practice to improve his basketball skills.
  3. She is better at writing than her brother.
  4. Fewer than half of the applicants were selected for the job.
  5. He has less time to study now that he has a part-time job.
  6. I want more information about the program before I make a decision.
  7. The store has fewer items on sale this week.

Using No use, no good, no matter, no more than, no one, nobody

  1. No use crying over spilt milk.
  2. The broken vase is no good to anyone now.
  3. No matter how hard he tries, he can’t seem to get ahead.
  4. The new car is no more than a year old.
  5. No one can deny the importance of education.
  6. Nobody knows what the future holds.
  7. There’s no use arguing about something that’s already been done.
  8. The old computer is no good for running modern software.
  9. No matter how many times I ask, he won’t tell me the truth.
  10. Nobody said achieving success would be easy.

Using Many, more, much, enough, a few, the least, a little, only, the same, another

  1. Many people enjoy spending time outdoors.
  2. More work needs to be done before the project is finished.
  3. Much of the food at the party was left uneaten.
  4. We don’t have enough time to finish the task before the deadline.
  5. A few students were absent from class today.
  6. The least he could do is apologize for what he said.
  7. A little bit of exercise each day can improve your health.
  8. Only a select few were invited to the exclusive event.
  9. The same rules apply to everyone, regardless of their position.
  10. Another option is to take the train instead of driving.

Using Introductory “There’

  1. There are three bedrooms in this apartment.
  2. There is a park near my house.
  3. There were a lot of people at the concert last night.
  4. There are several restaurants in this area.

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