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What is an example of a declarative sentence?

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A simple example of a declarative sentence is: "My family is going on vacation." The following example is more complex: "The bird flew over my house, and it landed on the neighbor's fence."

Declarative sentences convey a statement using the most basic components of English grammar. In a simple sentence, the subject is typically a noun phrase and appears near the beginning. The predicate occurs near the end of the sentence and describes the subject or how the action was carried out. A declarative sentence can also have a compound subject, as in the following sentence: "The boy and girl chased after the dog." Two declarative sentences can be joined by a comma and conjunction to form a compound sentence, such as "Martin's red shoes are new, and they are missing."

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