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Unformatted text preview: Come and join us for more...... Contact us: [email protected] 13 www.itdunya.com PART 1: GRAMMAR TOPICS AND EXERCISES Chapter 4 IMPERATIVES (THE COMMAND FORM) It is simple to use the imperative or command form in English. When a command is directed at someone else, use the you form of the simple present tense: —You take the elevator. —>Take the elevator. (Simply drop the subject you.) If the command includes you and others, use the we form: —We take our luggage. —>Let’s take the luggage. (Drop the subject we and add let’s (let us).) POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES Here are the possessive adjectives in English: 1st person, singular — my 3rd person, singular — his, her, its 1st person, plural — our 2nd person, sing./pl. — your 3rd person, plural — their In English, the gender and number of the possessor determines the form of the possessive adjective: —I have a credit card. It’s my credit card. —She has some money. It’s her money. NOTE: Often the subject of the verb is not the person who owns the noun. Be careful...
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2014 for the course ENG 99 taught by Professor Michal during the Winter '13 term at CSU Sacramento.

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