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Identify the type of sentence: Josh and I are meeting for pizza at noon today.
• declarative
• imperative
• interrogative
• exclamatory

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    • declarative -- Does it make a statement?
    • imperative -- Does it give a command?
    • interrogative -- Does it ask a question?
    • exclamatory - Does it make a surprising statement?

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    http://voices.yahoo.com/four-kinds-sentences-declarative-interrogative-484238.html?cat=4

    What do you think?

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    Thank you Writeacher - big help!!!

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    What did you decide?

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    Declarative

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    Can you explain ethos, pathos, and logos as well?

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