Home / Assignment Help / Read the sentence from Poe’s “The Black Cat.” “It was this unfathomable longing of the soul to vex itself to offer violence to its own nature to do wrong for the wrong’s sake only that urged me to continue and finally to consummate the injury I had inflicted upon the unoffending brute.” Which theme does this sentence best support? A.No wrong will go unpunished. B.Humans are helpless to struggle against their fate. C.All people have a wicked side. D.Man is meant to rule Earth.

Read the sentence from Poe’s “The Black Cat.” “It was this unfathomable longing of the soul to vex itself to offer violence to its own nature to do wrong for the wrong’s sake only that urged me to continue and finally to consummate the injury I had inflicted upon the unoffending brute.” Which theme does this sentence best support? A.No wrong will go unpunished. B.Humans are helpless to struggle against their fate. C.All people have a wicked side. D.Man is meant to rule Earth.

Example of an interrogative sentence is where are you going? The answer is C.  

EXPLANATION:  

An interrogative sentence is a sentence which is used to ask a question. Thus, the sign of an interrogative sentence is the question mark “?” at the end of the sentence. An interrogative sentence is also typically marked by transposition of the predicate and subject. The first verb in a verb phrase is before the subject.

Two kinds of interrogative sentence are negative polar interrogatives and reordering declarative sentences. Here are the examples:

• Reordering from declarative sentence

An interrogative sentence is normally formed by reordering the words from declarative form. For example:

Declarative: She went to school this morning

Interrogative:  Did she go to school this morning?

• Negative polar interrogative  

Negative polar interrogative is a negative yes-no question. This type of interrogative sentence is to confirm or check something that the speaker expects or believes. The examples are:

1. Don’t you want any coffee or tea?

2. Could you not hear me?

3. Wasn’t he here at the party?  

LEARN MORE:  

If you’re interested in learning more about this topic, we recommend you to also take a look at the following questions:

1. Which of the following sentences is written in the passive voice brainly.com/question/5170069  

2. which of the following sentences uses prepositions correctly brainly.com/question/1144810  

KEYWORDS: interrogative sentence, example of interrogative sentence  

Subject: English

Class: 10-12

Sub-chapter: Interrogative sentence  

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