1. Declarative sentences: These are the most common type of sentence, and they simply make a statement. Examples include "The sky is blue" and "I am going to the store."

1. Interrogative sentences: These sentences ask a question and typically end with a question mark. Examples include "Where are you going?" and "What time is it?"

1. Imperative sentences: These sentences give a command or request. Examples include "Close the door" and "Please pass the salt."

Exclamatory sentences: These sentences express strong emotion and usually end with an exclamation mark.  

1. Simple sentences: These sentences contain only one clause and one verb. Examples include "I went to the store" and "She sings beautifully."

Compound sentences: These sentences contain two or more clauses joined by a conjunction. Examples include  

Complex sentences: These sentences contain one independent clause and at least one dependent clause.  

Compound-complex sentences: These sentences contain two or more independent clauses and at least one dependent clause. 

Negative sentences: These sentences contain a negative word or phrase, such as "not," "never," or "no." 

Affirmative sentences: These sentences contain an affirmative word or phrase, such as "yes," "certainly," or "indeed."  

Passive sentences: These sentences contain a verb in the passive voice, which means that the subject of the sentence is being acted upon rather than performing the action. 

Active sentences: These sentences contain a verb in the active voice, which means that the subject of the sentence is performing the action.