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Choose whether the sentence is declarative, interrogative, imperative, or exclamatory.

That wreath should be decorated with a large bow at the bottom.

imperative


interrogative


exclamatory


declarative

A?

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  2. D?

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  3. Right.

    Please study your text before guessing at answers.

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  4. thank you

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