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 (.).
In this post, you will find the top 100+ important examples of Declarative Sentences.
Examples of Declarative Sentences
Examples of Declarative Sentences (Type #1)
Affirmative Declarative Sentences
- The earth is round.
- Cats are cute animals.
- John is a doctor.
- Water boils at 100 degrees Celsius.
- The Mona Lisa is a famous painting.
- The Eiffel Tower is located in Paris.
- The Great Wall of China is a marvel of engineering.
- The human body has 206 bones.
- New York City is known as the “City that Never Sleeps”.
- The pyramids of Egypt are ancient wonders of the world.
Examples of Declarative Sentences (Type #2)
Negative Declarative Sentences
- Man cannot live without water.
- The sun does not revolve around the Earth.
- I didn’t receive any response to my email.
- The restaurant doesn’t serve vegetarian food.
- He isn’t interested in politics.
- The movie didn’t meet my expectations.
- The package wasn’t delivered on time.
- She doesn’t speak Spanish fluently.
- The car doesn’t start in cold weather.
- He doesn’t like to travel by air.
- The concert was cancelled due to bad weather.
- The company didn’t meet its sales target last quarter.
Examples of Declarative Sentences (Type #3)
- The new policy is unpopular among employees.
- The cat is sleeping on the windowsill.
- The phone battery is dead and needs to be charged.
- She always arrives late to meetings.
- The baby is crying for attention.
- The restaurant serves delicious Italian food.
- His computer crashed during an important presentation.
- The football match was cancelled due to heavy rain.
- The flowers in the garden are blooming beautifully.
- The book I borrowed from the library was overdue.
Examples of Declarative Sentences (Type #4)
- Did she pass the exam? No, she didn’t.
- Are you allergic to peanuts? No, I’m not.
- Have they finished the project yet? No, they haven’t.
- Does your friend play any musical instruments? No, he doesn’t.
- Did you buy the tickets for the concert? No, I didn’t.
- Is it going to rain tomorrow? No, it isn’t.
- Have you ever been to New York City? No, I haven’t.
- Do they offer a vegetarian menu at the restaurant? No, they don’t.
- Are the trains running on time today? No, they aren’t.
- Did you see the article in the newspaper? No, I didn’t.
Examples of Declarative Sentences (Type #5)
Using Fewer, less, more, better
- I try to eat less sugar to maintain a healthy diet.
- He needs more practice to improve his basketball skills.
- She is better at writing than her brother.
- Fewer than half of the applicants were selected for the job.
- He has less time to study now that he has a part-time job.
- I want more information about the program before I make a decision.
- The store has fewer items on sale this week.
Examples of Declarative Sentences (Type #6)
Using No use, no good, no matter, no more than, no one, nobody
- No use crying over spilt milk.
- The broken vase is no good to anyone now.
- No matter how hard he tries, he can’t seem to get ahead.
- The new car is no more than a year old.
- No one can deny the importance of education.
- Nobody knows what the future holds.
- There’s no use arguing about something that’s already been done.
- The old computer is no good for running modern software.
- No matter how many times I ask, he won’t tell me the truth.
- Nobody said achieving success would be easy.
Examples of Declarative Sentences (Type #7)
Using Many, more, much, enough, a few, the least, a little, only, the same, another
- Many people enjoy spending time outdoors.
- More work needs to be done before the project is finished.
- Much of the food at the party was left uneaten.
- We don’t have enough time to finish the task before the deadline.
- A few students were absent from class today.
- The least he could do is apologize for what he said.
- A little bit of exercise each day can improve your health.
- Only a select few were invited to the exclusive event.
- The same rules apply to everyone, regardless of their position.
- Another option is to take the train instead of driving.
Examples of Declarative Sentences (Type #8)
Using Introductory “There’
- There are three bedrooms in this apartment.
- There is a park near my house.
- There were a lot of people at the concert last night.
- There are several restaurants in this area.
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