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Which of the following is an example of an imperative sentence? A. Please remember to get the dry cleaning. B. That is absolutely ridiculous! C. Shannon has finished all of her homework. D. What time will Stephanie want to leave?
The following is an example of an imperative sentence: Please remember to get the dry cleaning.
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