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Find the sentence(s) with an Imperative
You should ask your friend for a help
Tell them the whole story
Now, please, come with me
You visit her next week
Is there an Imperative in the sentence: "Don't you think?"
Yes, there is
No, there isn't
Can be both
Sentence is grammatically incorrect
Here is used Imperative: "You tell me lies!"
It depends on the context
Choose an appropriate form
Please, take your seat, Mr. Rosewood
Take your seat, Mr. Rosewood
Choose an appropriate imperative form
You don't stand still, do something!
Don't you stand stil, do something!
Don't stand still, do something!
All variants are appropriate
Read the text "The Power Kick" and find all Imperatives: "Now get into the basic position and move your weight onto your right foot. Then bend your elbows and try to bring your left knee as high as your hip. Now kick to the side. Pay attention! You shouldn't point your toes as you kick."
There's an Imperative in the sentence: "You must apologise to him!"
There's an Imperative in the sentence: "After you come back from school, have dinner and clean up your room, go to the barber shop."
Find the sentence with the right form of Imperative
You leave the town before they find you!
Leave the town before they find you!
You must leave the town before they find you!
Before they find you, leave the town!
Choose the right form of using Imperative
Come in, Frank
Please, come in, Mr Frankland
Correct? - "Don't you dare!"