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Declarative, interrogative, imperative and exclamatory are types of sentences. Sentences can be used to express statements (affirmative and negative expressions), commands and questions. For example:
You should recognize a question if it's written as it will have a question mark at the end. Can you recognize a spoken question? Written commands sometimes have an exclamation mark at the end - but not always as in our examples above.
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