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Subjects in Imperatives. Unit 1, Lesson 6. Objectives. Students will: Identify imperative sentences. Identify the simple subject in declarative and imperative sentences. Rules. In an imperative sentence, you is always the subject. It is usually not stated in the sentence.

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Subjects in imperatives

Subjects in Imperatives

Unit 1, Lesson 6


Objectives

Objectives

Students will:

  • Identify imperative sentences.

  • Identify the simple subject in declarative and imperative sentences.


Rules

Rules

  • In an imperative sentence, you is always the subject.

  • It is usually not stated in the sentence.

  • We say that you is the “understood” subject.

  • Example:

    • Please bring your camera.

    • The understood subject is “you.”


Identify the type of sentence then identify the simple subject of each sentence below

Identify the type of sentence. Then identify the simple subject of each sentence below?

  • Find three seats.

    • Imperative

    • You.

  • Dac will sit beside me.

    • Declarative

    • Dac

  • Watch the blue curtain.

    • Imperative

    • You


  • Subjects in imperatives

    • Look at that fancy costume.

      • Imperative

      • You.

  • My brother is the king.

    • Declarative

    • brother

  • The audience loves this play.

    • Declarative

    • Audience

  • I really enjoy that play!

    • Exclamatory

    • I


  • Subjects in imperatives

    • Everyone is sitting very quietly.

      • Declarative

      • Everyone

  • Please read this name to me.

    • Imperative

    • You

  • Clap as hard as you can.

    • Imperative

    • You

  • I want to go to the movies.

    • Declarative

    • I


  • Subjects in imperatives

    • Movies about real books interest me.

      • Declarative

      • Movies

  • Please buy me two tickets.

    • Imperative

    • You

  • Listen to the exciting music.

    • Imperative

    • You

  • The hero really climbed that mountain.

    • Declarative

    • Hero


  • Subjects in imperatives

    • Tell my sister about this movie.

      • Imperative

      • You

  • She is interested in mountain climbing.

    • Declarative

    • She

  • Remember the name of that mountain.

    • Imperative

    • You

  • Martha likes computer games.

    • Declarative

    • Martha


  • Label the sentence imperative or declarative then identify the simple subject

    Label the sentence imperative or declarative. Then identify the simple subject.

    Movie Review

    My job is to review movies. Otherwise I would not have sat through Screamers. My readers do not have to suffer. Take my advice. Avoid this movie. Do not even walk past the theatre. You might be crushed by movie patrons running out and screaming. The title of Screamers describes the audience. Ask some viewers. Listen to them scream.

    Declarative; job

    Declarative; I

    Declarative; readers

    Imperative; you

    Imperative: you

    Imperative; you

    Declarative; you

    Declarative; title

    Imperative; you

    Imperative, you


    Homework

    Homework

    • Workbook pgs. 11 - 12


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