6th garde language to ms. sue

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this has to be correct!

1. How pretty the sunset is-interrogative
2. Don't stand so close to the edge- imparative
3. It was quite chilly at night- declarative
4. Look at us riding on mules in this canyon- exclamatory

  • 6th garde language to ms. sue -

    An interrogative sentence asks a question.

    The others are correct.

  • 6th garde language to ms. sue -

    Thank-you for the help!:)

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