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Aim: Can I identify and use imperative verbs?. What is a verb?. A verb is a doing word. It describes an action. I eat my sandwiches. I write a letter. What is an imperative verb?. It is a bossy verb!. It gives you an order or tells you what to do.

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Aim: Can I identify and use

imperative verbs?


What is a verb?

A verb is a doing word.

It describes anaction

Ieatmy sandwiches.

Iwritea letter.


What is an imperative verb?

It is a bossy verb!

It gives you an order or tells you what to do.

Turn left at the traffic lights.

Mix the flour and butter together.


Imperative verbs are often used when writing instructions.

Use them after the time connective in your own instructions.

First fold the card in half.

Nextcut a small slit.

Thenstick the picture onto the card.


Select a suitable imperative verb to complete each sentence.

Turn

right at the mini roundabout.

Open

the door and enter the corridor.

Pour

one pint of milk into a jug.

Plug

in the hairdryer before you turn it on.


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If you can give yourself a smiley face!

Now you should be able to tell your partner:

What an imperative verb is.

When you might use an imperative verb.

Some examples of imperative verbs you could use in your own writing.


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