English -9th grade

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Is Sam going to sleep early tonight:


declarative
imperative
exclamatory
interrogative.

I didn't fill out the answer causing me to get it wrong. I thought it was an declarative.

  • English -9th grade -

    Isn't this a question?

    Doesn't the questioner want to know an answer to the question?

    Which of those terms mean a question?

  • English -9th grade -

    it is a interrogative sentence

  • English -9th grade -

    declarative

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