Fun Easy English Classroom September 27


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imperative sentences
Imperative Sentences

Today you are going to learn about imperative sentences an important part of English grammar.
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Grammar: Imperative Sentences

Definition of an imperative sentence.
  • An imperative sentence:
  • is used to give a direct command to someone
  • can end with a period or an exclamation mark depending on the degree of the command
  • containing the word "please" should end with a period
  • is commonly used in speech but not often in writing
Imperative Sentence Types
  • Be quiet!
  • Please hand in your homework.
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From YOUR Teacher: Imperative Sentences

These are basically used when telling someone to do something.
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