Interrogative Sentence

September 6, 2011 § Leave a comment

Interrogative is the wife of Imperative. She is never sure of anyone’s motives, including her own, and therefore is often suspicious and/or inquisitive. She met Imperative at a peace rally in the 1970’s. She wasn’t really sure she wanted to be there; Imperative knew exactly why he was there. When she was introduced to him by a mutual friend, he looked Interrogative straight in the eyes, grabbed her around the waist, and commanded that she allow him to take her to dinner.  His conviction and unwavering certainty of his love for her, swept her off her feet and they were married within three months. Thirty six years later, with two children (Ambiguous and Exclamatory), their marriage has remained solid, mostly due to Imperative’s firm reassurances of, “You were meant to be with me,” or, “No. I have no interest in Cliché.”

 

1. The kind of sentence that asks a question and uses a question mark

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