Declarative Title last edited by SaturdayNightSpecials on 11/03/19 02:59PM View full history


Sentences in English can usually be classified into four types based on their purpose:

  • Declarative, which makes a statement - "I have a dog."
  • Interrogative, which asks a question - "Do you have a dog?"
  • Imperative, which makes a demand - "Get a dog."
  • Exclamatory, which is a forceful or emotional utterance, and often coincides with one of the previous categories - "I have a dog!"

Thus, a game title that makes a statement of fact or opinion, such as You Don't Know Jack, is a declarative title. Interrogative game titles are listed under Game Titles That Are Also Questions. Titles of both types, as well as imperative titles, can also be exclamatory if an exclamation mark is included.


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