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Utilizamos el imperativo para dar órdenes.FORMA: En afirmativo se usa el infinitivo del verbo: ‘Come here!’ ‘Be punctual!’ En negativo se usa ‘Don’t + Infinitivo’: ‘Don’t go!’ ‘Don’t be silly!’
Don’t be late!
Listen to the CD!
Read the text!
Open your books!
Close the window!
Don’t use a mobile phone!
Don’t play football!
Work in pairs!
Don’t talk to your partner!
Look at the photos!
Don’t answer the question!
Marga Renedo Gómez
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LET` S LEARN ABOUT PRESENT PROGRESSIVE FOR FUTURE.
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