Types of Sentences in kannada language


Types of Sentences in kannada language

  • Assertive sentence (Gunavaachaka vaakyagalu)
An assertive sentence which makes declaration or explains the characteristics.

Narendra modi is a good boy- Narendra modi olleya huduga
The road is very wide- Road thumba agalavaagidhe
There is not a single flower in this plant- Ea gidadhalli ondhoo hoo illa
  • Interrogative sentences(Prashnarthaka vaakyagalu)
Interrogative sentences ask question or make enquiries

Where are you?- Neenu elli iddhiya?
Who are you?- Neenu yaru?
How are you?- Neenu hegiddhiya?
Why did you break the pencil?- Neenu pencil yake muridhe?
  • Imperative sentences(Agnaavaachaka vaakyagalu)
Imperative sentences makes commands or requests

Do not open the window- Kitakiyannu tegeyabeda
Stand up on the bench- Benchina mele ninthuko
Do not make noise please- Dayavittu galate maadabedi.
  • Exclamatory sentences(Ashcharyasuchaka vaakyagalu)

Exclamatory sentence expresses Sudden feelings of joy ,sorrow,anger,wonder and the like

What a beutiful flower it is?- Abba! aa hoo eshtu chendha?
ohh! water is so cold- oohh! neeru thumbaa thannagidhe .

Abba! oh! Ooh! Ayyo! Houdha! Are the common words used before or after exclamatory sentences in kannada language.                                  



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