Can all of these sentences be interrogative, imperative and declarative? Also, are they correct? 이거를 잡아요 그거를 잡아요 피자를 잡아요 김치를 잡아요 책을 잡아요 연필을 잡아요 안경을 잡아요 분필을 잡아요 이거를 가져와요 그거를 가져와요 피자를 가져와요 김치를 가져와요 책을 가져와요 연필을 가져와요 안경을 가져와요 분필을 가져와요 이거를 던져요 그거를 던져요 피자를 던져요 김치를 던져요 책을 던져요 연필을 던져요 안경을 던져요 분필을 던져요
Aug 2, 2019 9:23 PM
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Yes, they can be all three types of sentences theoretically. If the phrases are by themselves as written, they sound like imperative sentences. If you add a question mark or raise the tone at the end, they will become questions. To be declarative, they need a subject, either explicitly or implied in the context, as in 친구가 책을 가져와요 (but many of your examples might sound a little unnatural in the present tense). All of your sentences are grammatically correct, but some of the 잡아요 sentences sound strange. 잡아요 means to hold or to catch, so they don't make a lot of sense if used about food (피자/김치를 잡아요).
August 3, 2019
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