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what type of sentence is I hereby declare Tuesday Shakespeare Day.

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    It's a declarative sentence (as opposed to interrogative).

    It's a simple sentence (as opposed to compound or complex).

    What classification are you looking for? What kind of structure?
    Or what kind of meaning?

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