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1              ImperativesDriving Safely  Focus on Grammar 1  Part 1, Unit I  By Ruth Luman, Gabriele Steiner, and BJ Well...
Driving SafelyWoman: Slow down, please! I’m nervous.Driver: Relax. I’m a good driver.Woman: Watch out for that bicycle!Dri...
Use 1Use the imperative for directions.                         Stop!                        Turn left.
Use 2Use the imperative for instructions.  Watch out for that bicycle.               Close your eyes!
Use 3       Use the imperative for requests.Please take the bus.      Please slow down.
Match the instructions with   Practice 1                        the person who gives them.                      Take a    ...
AffirmativeUse the base form of the verb for theimperative.               Followaroad signs.                Use seat belt.
NegativeUse do not (don’t) + base form for thenegative form of the imperative.     Don’t use Don’t drive               a  ...
Make these imperatives  Practice 2              negative.Example: Park here.             Don’t park here.1. Stop.         ...
PleasePlease makes an imperative more polite. Pleasecomes at the beginning or at the end of a sentence.               Watc...
Look at the signs. MakePractice 3A   instructions with imperatives.  1.Example:           1. Go.                          ...
Look at the signs. WritePractice 3B   instructions with imperatives.3.                 3. Don’t park here.4.              ...
ReferencesCopyright © 2006 Pearson Education and itslicensors. All rights reserved.
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Imperatives

  1. 1. 1 ImperativesDriving Safely Focus on Grammar 1 Part 1, Unit I By Ruth Luman, Gabriele Steiner, and BJ Wells Copyright © 2006. Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved.
  2. 2. Driving SafelyWoman: Slow down, please! I’m nervous.Driver: Relax. I’m a good driver.Woman: Watch out for that bicycle!Driver: Don’t worry. Listen to the music.Woman: There’s a red light. Stop!Driver: Close your eyes. I’m driving this cab.Woman: Turn right! No, turn left! No, right.Driver: OK, here we are. Next time, please take a bus.
  3. 3. Use 1Use the imperative for directions. Stop! Turn left.
  4. 4. Use 2Use the imperative for instructions. Watch out for that bicycle. Close your eyes!
  5. 5. Use 3 Use the imperative for requests.Please take the bus. Please slow down.
  6. 6. Match the instructions with Practice 1 the person who gives them. Take a Read page 23 for deep homework. breath. Give me a Take your Get ready Readdeep 23 page driver’s license. for take-off. doctor breath. for homework. teacher Give me yourdriver’s license. Get ready for take-off. police officer pilot
  7. 7. AffirmativeUse the base form of the verb for theimperative. Followaroad signs. Use seat belt.
  8. 8. NegativeUse do not (don’t) + base form for thenegative form of the imperative. Don’t use Don’t drive a cell phone. fast.
  9. 9. Make these imperatives Practice 2 negative.Example: Park here. Don’t park here.1. Stop. 1. Don’t stop.2. Pass on the left. 2. Don’t pass on the left.3.Turn on your lights. 3. Don’t turn on your lights.4. Exit here. 4. Don’t exit here.
  10. 10. PleasePlease makes an imperative more polite. Pleasecomes at the beginning or at the end of a sentence. Watch out for Please watch animals,animals. out for please.
  11. 11. Look at the signs. MakePractice 3A instructions with imperatives. 1.Example: 1. Go. Stop. 2. 2. Walk.
  12. 12. Look at the signs. WritePractice 3B instructions with imperatives.3. 3. Don’t park here.4. 4. Turn right.
  13. 13. ReferencesCopyright © 2006 Pearson Education and itslicensors. All rights reserved.

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