5th grade English

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How courageous the people were to go against the powerful king! Exclamatory sentence

Let them eat cake. Imperative

Don't miss the choir's performance of that magnificent song. Imperative

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    All three are correct.

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    i need you to help me please

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    i need to put the sentence in order but i don't no the order

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