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Be so kind as to feed my dog.

Can this be an interrogative sentence?
im bit confused.

  • English -

    It is interrogative only if preceded by "Would you.." The latter form would also be much more polite. "Be so kind as to.. " can be considered a rather way of giving an order order, depending upon the tone of voice and body language.

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    English sentences essentially fall into four categories:

    declarative -- normal sentence, giving information, stating facts, etc.

    interrogative -- asking a question

    imperative -- giving a command

    exclamatory -- sudden, strong statement, but may be missing subject or verb

    Which one do you think you have here?

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