Every day we pronounce hundreds and thousands of sentences to express our daily activities. Every sentence has different roles according to its use. Now come to the point that is what is the definition of Assertive Sentence?
A sentence that describes a fact or statement is called an Assertive Sentence. Let us see some examples:
- I’m going to buy some groceries.
- He loves to read adventurous stories.
- She has recollected her precise memory.
- Jubin is not aware of this incident.
- Zeba was missing her brother.
Note: All of the sentences describes statements or facts.
Let us see the Affirmative and Negative forms of Assertive Sentence:
|I need a good friend.||I do not need a good friend.|
|He is singing a melodious song.||He is not singing a melodious song.|
|She has bought an attractive dress.||She has not bought an attractive dress.|
|They were looking for an opportunity.||They were not looking for an opportunity.|
|You are looking gorgeous today.||You are not looking gorgeous today.|
Structure: Subject+ Verb+ Object
Examples of Assertive Sentence
Let us see some examples of Assertive Sentence:
- I know this person very well.
- We are arranging a picnic.
- You have missed this opportunity.
- They had been running a business for many years.
- My father gave me a surprise.
- He is not playing today.
- She has made a recipe.
- I have been completing my homework.
- You did not respond timely.
- She will not go to her campus this morning.
- He has been teaching for many years.
- Kona is trying to establish herself from unemployment.
- My mother loves me so much.
- Jony does not find the market.
- I see a wonderful scenario.
- He is no longer available for this task.
- My friend is coming to our home.
- She had walked in the street before I came.
- I’m not finding the online lectures.
- They have found the missing car.