Read each sentence. Write whether the sentence is declarative interrogative imperative or exclamatory 1.Use caution when you cross the street. Imperative 2.Where was Lyndon B. Johnson born? Interrogative? 3.The planet closest to
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?
Choose whether the sentence is declarative, interrogative, imperative, or exclamatory. That wreath should be decorated with a large bow at the bottom. declarative imperative exclamatory interrogative B?
What are the following sentences. 1. - Isn't it time for the ircus to come to town? - Interrogative sentence 2. Buy a ticket for each of us. - Imperative sentence 3. Should I get tickets for this weekend? Interrogative sentence 4.
Hi! Can anyone check my answers please? Which type of sentence is shown below? Meet me outside after your ballet class. A. exclamatory sentence B. declarative sentence C. interrogative sentence D. imperative sentence**** Which of
Are these correct? Here, I am supposed to label the sentences interrogative,exclamatory,imperative, and declarative. Then, I have to put the correct punctuation mark beside it. 1.Look at the apes Look at the ape (imperative) 2.
Identify each sentence as declarative, imperative, interrogative or exclamatory. Add the proper punctuation. 1. Try to name another American inventor. I added a period and called it imperative. Is this correct? 2. Imagine the
Identify each sentence with declarative, interrogative, imperative or exclamatory and add punctuation. 1. Be thankful that George Eastman invented the film for your camera. Answer: declarative 2. How easy is it to take pictures