anonymous
  • anonymous
Tomorrow’s weather is forecasted to be mostly sunny with a gentle breeze. Which type of sentence is this? exclamatory imperative declarative
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@beccaboo333 @Compassionate @LadyKatsaTheGraceling @Luigi0210
anonymous
  • anonymous
declaritive, because it is being stated
beccaboo333
  • beccaboo333
Now, why aren't the others able to do so. Make sure you explain it all @LadyKatsaTheGraceling

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anonymous
  • anonymous
An exclamatory sentence is a sentence that is a sudden remark. It usually has an exclamation point. such as "It's so fluffy I'm going to die!"
anonymous
  • anonymous
An imperative sentence expresses a command such as "Come here right now!"
anonymous
  • anonymous
A declarative sentence is a simple statement such as "Tomorrow I'm going to the library." or "Alice wore a tutu yesterday."

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