Some declarative sentences from P.G. Wodehouse’s Full Moon:
"It’s all perfectly on the level. My name is Lister. Miss Garland and I are engaged. And this blighted Wedge woman is keeping her under lock and key and watching her every move. A devil of a female. What she needs is a spoonful of arsenic in her soup one of these evenings. You couldn’t attend to that, I suppose?" he said genially, for now that everything was going so smoothly he was in a merry mood.