imperative - Select a suitable imperative verb to complete...

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Aim: Can I identify and use imperative verbs?
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What is a verb? A verb is a doing word. It describes an action I eat my sandwiches. I write a letter.
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What is an imperative verb? It is a bossy verb! It gives you an order or tells you what to do. Turn left at the traffic lights. Mix the flour and butter together.
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Imperative verbs are often used when writing instructions. Use them after the time connective in your own instructions. First fold the card in half. Next cut a small slit. Then stick the picture onto the card.
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Unformatted text preview: Select a suitable imperative verb to complete each sentence. right at the mini roundabout. Turn the door and enter the corridor. Open one pint of milk into a jug. Pour in the hairdryer before you turn it on. Plug Now you should be able to tell your partner: What an imperative verb is. When you might use an imperative verb. Some examples of imperative verbs you could use in your own writing. If you can give yourself a smiley face!...
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This note was uploaded on 11/04/2011 for the course EDUCATION 320 taught by Professor Professorlemont during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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