Definition of Assertive/Declarative Sentence:
Most of the sentences of English language are assertive sentences. The sentence which declares or asserts a statement, feeling, opinion, incident, event, history, or anything is called an assertive sentence. An assertive sentence ends with a period (.). Assertive sentences can be either affirmative or negative.
Examples of Assertive or Declarative Sentence:
- Alex is a good baseball player.
- He plays for the Rockers club.
- He always gives his best effort in the team.
- He is a good leader.
- I like him for his intensity.
- He plays with passion.
- Alex feels awkward when someone gives a compliment to him.
- He is a humble man.
- He is popular among his friends but he feels awkward with strangers.
- He has many fans in his locality.
- His father was a lawyer.
- When he was young, his father died.
- He is a real fighter.
- He fought against all the odds of life and became successful.
- His fans love him.
- His mother raised him to be a gentleman.
- He is always humble and patient with his fans.