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imperative_verbs_LR - ImperativeVerbs

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Imperative Verbs Imperative verbs are also known as ‘bossy verbs’- they tell people  what to do! e.g.  close  the door;  empty  the bin;  eat  your dinner! TASK ONE:  Look at the words below- colour in the words that  could be used as imperative verbs.  TASK TWO:  Look at the sentences below; and think of some  imperative verbs that you could put at the beginning in order to  make an instruction. 1. ______________right at the traffic lights. 2. ______________the juice into the glass. 3. ______________the kettle in before you use it. 4. ______________on the television please. Remember! A verb is a  doing  word! shut chair fold open sad mix put first night pillow
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5. ______________the window; it’s very cold. Imperative verbs give instructions- they tell people what they do! When do you think you will need to use imperative verbs?
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