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Directions: Indicate if the sentence is declarative, interrogative, exclamatory or imperative.  Put the correct punctuation at the end of the sentence.
 
Poetry is written in different meters
 
Find the constellation Pegasus
 
Do you know what Frank Lloyd Wright is known for
 
That was an incredible sight
 
Does an isosceles triangle have at least two congruent
sides
 
The Wright Brothers tested their glider at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina
 
Your hands are filthy
 
That was a great adventure
 
Listen to the meteorologist's broadcast
 
What an odd ending
 
Are you familiar with the Gobi Desert
 
Adolf Hitler hated the Jewish people
 
Write the fraction as a percent
 
Is the Joshua tree found in the desert
 
What an idea

 

 

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Declarative, Interrogative, Exclamatory or Imperative Senetences