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Verbs in imperative form

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Los verbos en forma imperativa se usan para dar:

  • Instrucciones.
  • Órdenes.
  • Consejos.

Consisten en frases con el verbo en infinitivo sin estar acompañadas de un sujeto. Indican una acción directa. Por ejemplo:

Come here!
Sit down!
Don´t go!
Look out!
Close the door, please.
Switch the TV off.
Put the flour, milk and eggs in a bowl.
Take a selfie and post it on Twitter.

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Simon say never stop dreaming

supercalifragilisticoespialidoso Expresión popularizada por la película Mary Poppins (1964) que parece usarse para indicar que todo puede ir más que bien.

Etimología

Se dice que la palabra en inglés (supercalifragilisticexpialidocious) ya la usó Helen Herman en 1931 con un sentido de grande, genial, glorioso, espléndido, superior, maravilloso. También se dice que las distintas partes se deben interpretar de la siguiente manera: super- ‘encima’, -cali- ‘belleza’, -fragilistico- ‘delicado’, -expiali- ‘expiar, purificarse al cumplir una pena’ y -doso, a partir de -docious ‘educable’, lo que todo junto significaría algo como ‘expiación por la belleza extrema y delicada al ser altamente educable’.

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Verbs in imperative form

We use this structure when we want to give instructions, when we want to give orders or adive. For instance, instructions.

  • Please go to the resource section. -Instruction
  • Don’t do that. -Order
  • Go in the morning. -Recomendation

We don’t mention the pronouns (I, You, He, She, It). We only say the action (Go, Do, Practice)

Don’t do it!
Don’t touch it.
Take a breath.
Do your homework
Cook your dinner
Wash the dishes.

Simon say never stop learnig.

Simon say: Go anywhere. Money is recovered, Time does not

Esta clase dejo mucho que desear, me toco busca otro video en yotube, no explico nada

Simon says, go to drink juice of the #NeverStopLearning

  • Wake up now
  • Sit down
  • Be quit
  • Open your eyes
  • Read the news
  • Don’t forget
  • Teach me
  • Kiss her
  • Drive fast
  • Drink beer
  • watch TV

i POST IT!!

Go to the Church
Study too much
Work in your projects

  • See the next class!
  • Never Stop Learning 😮

Verbs in the imperative form. We use that structure when we want to give instructions, when we want to give orders or advice. we do not mention the pronoun, we only say the verb
Move, get ready in your chair, in your bed,
Simon says to stretch out your arms and give yourself a hug.

My notes:

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-I always give thanks after I finish eating
-They send me to wash the dishes when everyone finishes eating

  • They always send me to brush my teeth
  • My mother told me to comb my hair
    -My father sent me to do the overdue tasks

I don’t understand ni potato

Simon says : You can do it

Simon says follow your path ninja

And right now, I don’t want to stop hugging me. 😣

Simon says take this course it´s awesone

Jefferson does cleaning is the last time I tell you.
stop playing that you have to eat now.
Go get the tortillas now, what do you have to eat?
Go take a bath since you have to go to study.
stop wasting time you have tasks to do.

top looking at the phone and have dinner
stop fighting with your brother
stop doing homework it’s too late
stop being so toxic
You can stop eating in class

The Imperative or Exhortative Sentences are those that we use to give orders, beg, request, prohibit, command… such as: Bring me the bath towel. Don’t cross the road! Walking on the grass is prohibited.

example
Shine your shoes up
that look like a mirror.

Stepping on the grass is prohibited.

Everyone come see this!

Please go to the resource section. -Instruction
Don’t do that. -Order
Go in the morning. -Recomendation
We don’t mention the pronouns (I, You, He, She, It). We only say the action (Go, Do, Practice)

SAYMON SAYS … DON´T CHECK GOOGLE TRANSLATE"

You must like it!

Thank you teacher Jhon!

Yes, Simon says is very good

Marcela get up now, it’s already late
put down the phone and do homework better
prepare the meat that I told you a while ago
do homework early so you don’t stay awake
buy the tortillas now

Imperative verbs are verbs that tell someone to do something. They are usually placed at the beginning of sentences used to give orders. This class of verbs creates imperative sentences, which are the sentences that indicate orders, requests, wishes or mandates.

Tips:
1-tell me if you have any problem
Orders:
1-Cut the vegetables for the soup
Wishes:
1-I would like you to share that with me

The imperative is one of the ways in which Spanish verbs are conjugated, used exclusively to give orders, requests, prayers or requests of any kind, that is, to make the recipient act in some desired way:
1 Go slower I sprained an ankle.
2 “Pray for me,” the Pope said.
3 Let’s buy some sodas for dinner.
4 Stop jumping.
5 Write what I am going to dictate.
6 Don’t think badly of me.
7 Let’s buy a present for the children here.
8 Try the drinks at that bar.

In the video he talks about superlative verbs, they are used to give orders using the verb “go to” which is imperative, imperatives can be used to give advice such as: go tomorrow, an example of superlatives would be giving orders such as: no do that etc.

some sentences in superlatives would be:

-Go to the square and buy me some fruits
-Tomorrow is Thursday and you have to come in your daily uniform.
-Thursday I want you to be home early

supercalifragilisticoespialidoso Expresión popularizada por la película Mary Poppins (1964) que parece usarse para indicar que todo puede ir más que bien.

Etimología

Se dice que la palabra en inglés (supercalifragilisticexpialidocious) ya la usó Helen Herman en 1931 con un sentido de grande, genial, glorioso, espléndido, superior, maravilloso. También se dice que las distintas partes se deben interpretar de la siguiente manera: super- ‘encima’, -cali- ‘belleza’, -fragilistico- ‘delicado’, -expiali- ‘expiar, purificarse al cumplir una pena’ y -doso, a partir de -docious ‘educable’, lo que todo junto significaría algo como ‘expiación por la belleza extrema y delicada al ser altamente educable’.

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Simon say never stop dreaming

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Simon Says…
Practice this topic on this website

Simon say never stop learning

simon says, stop waiting for the perfect time and just do it what you know you have to do

Simon Says never stop to be how you be

Simon says: Don´t be afraid, just do it !!

Simon say never stop learn at Platzi

Super califragilistic expialidocious

Verb in imperative form
Instruccions, Orders, Advice
Dont use pronouns

Simon Says
Give you a hug
Hug: Abrazo

es ingles

Take a selfie and post it to twitter.
Says Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious post the video and do it with me.
Stretch your arms give yourself a hug

I love this teacher, it so funnig this clase and I learnd to much. Simon say take a new course and never stop learning

-Turn to left and open the door -Take it easy -Take care -Don't move from your chair -Be quiet

Practice to improve your english

Never give up
Don’t stop
goodbye excuses

Never stop smiling

Thank you!
That song is amazing hahaha

Thanks

Oh but…the teacher Jhon doesn’t have Twitter :'c
And here is my supercalifragilisticexpialidocious hehehehee XD

🦄jajaj Es poco pero es trabajo honesto supercalifragilisticexpialidocious✨

simon says, super cali fraggi listics expli ali delicius.

Simon says: “never stop learning” 😃

15. Verbs in imperative form

Imperative = Instructions // Orders // Advice

Simon says: Be kind with yourself.

simon say never stop learnig. i love this pharase.

Never stop learning.

thanks.

simon say never stop dreaming

Close the windows
Sit Down, please
Don´t do it!
Go home!
go to bed!. My mather used to tell me!

Simon say never say never

good

imteresting

Thank you

Simon say never stop dreaming

supercalifragilisticoespialidoso Expresión popularizada por la película Mary Poppins (1964) que parece usarse para indicar que todo puede ir más que bien.

Etimología

Se dice que la palabra en inglés (supercalifragilisticexpialidocious) ya la usó Helen Herman en 1931 con un sentido de grande, genial, glorioso, espléndido, superior, maravilloso. También se dice que las distintas partes se deben interpretar de la siguiente manera: super- ‘encima’, -cali- ‘belleza’, -fragilistico- ‘delicado’, -expiali- ‘expiar, purificarse al cumplir una pena’ y -doso, a partir de -docious ‘educable’, lo que todo junto significaría algo como ‘expiación por la belleza extrema y delicada al ser altamente educable’.

Simon says never stop learning 💚

Verbs in imperative form

We use this structure when we want to give instructions, when we want to give orders or advice.

Please go to the resource section. (Order)
Don’t do that. (Instruction)
Go in the morning it’s better. (Advice)

We don’t use the pronoun (I / you / he / she / is / they / we) we only say the action.
We don’t use a subject or a person in this sentence, instead we use the action for a very direct message.

Verbs in imperative form We use this structure when we want to give instructions, when we want to give orders or adive. For instance, instructions. Please go to the resource section. -Instruction Don’t do that. -Order Go in the morning. -Recomendation

thanks

Simon says is your time to learn.

Go to walk, is for your healty
tasks first, then you can go out

excellente

Verbs in imperative form

We use this structure when we want to give instructions, when we want to give orders or adive. For instance, instructions.

Please go to the resource section. -InstructionDon’t do that. -OrderGo in the morning. -Recomendation

We don’t mention the pronouns (I, You, He, She, It). We only say the action (Go, Do, Practice)

Simon say never stop dreaming

thanks You
execelent
good 👍
thanks You 👍

Hello

buena clase

Simon say never stop dreaming

We use verbs in imperative form for:

  • Instructions.
  • Orders.
  • Advice.

Verbs in imperative form
We use this structure when we want to give instructions, when we want to give orders or adive. For instance, instructions.

Please go to the resource section. -Instruction
Don’t do that. -Order
Go in the morning. -Recomendation
We don’t mention the pronouns (I, You, He, She, It). We only say the action (Go, Do, Practice)

Ok

Never stop learning

Practice:
Don’t do that.
Take a picture and post it.
Don’t go.
Close the window.
Open the door.
Give yourself a hug.

very good