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Using Imperative Sentences to Make Polite Request

Definition:

Imperative sentences do not have subjects.

Imperative sentences are without a subject because the subject in the sentence is known.

Imperative sentences are used to make requests and orders.

Example:

1. Close the door.

2. Open the window.

3. Don't be late.


 
 
Exercise
Choose the correct verb in each sentence that makes the most sense. The first sentence has been completed for you. The full audio will be said on the exercise page.
1.
up the hill.
2.
at the stop sign.
3.
my lawn.
4.
faster.
5.
the door.
6.
slower.
7.
at the time.
8.
neater.
9.
over there.
10.
into the ground.


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