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Read each sentence. Write whether the sentence is declarative interrogative imperative or exclamatory

1.Use caution when you cross the street.

2.Where was Lyndon B. Johnson born?

3.The planet closest to the sun is Mercury.

4. What kinds of hummingbirds can you see in Texas?

5. I can't believe the dog jumped over the fence!

6.Our football team just won the state championship!

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    I agree.

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    7. Please provide sources for all the information you use.

    8.The lady bird Johnson Wildflower Center was many native plants.

    9.The symphony performs at Town Lake Park on July 4.

    10.In art class, Trish painted a bouquet of wildflowers.

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    Thank you

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    You're welcome.

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