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I please I need identify each sentece is a complex,exlamation,declarative or interrogative.
Oh no!
do you wantto play in the garden.
in the story,the author told how useful a led can be.
she play the piano.
I love you.
my brother baked a cake last night.
the car broke down,but a rescue van arrived within minutes.
if you leave late,take a cap home.
what did you name your new puppy?

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asked by Wilson
  1. Oh no! >> exclamation
    Do you want to play in the garden? >> interrogative

    That should get you started.

    I'll be glad to check your answers for the rest.

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