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What do we need the imperative for??
The imperative is all about commands, giving people advice and getting what you want.
I see…. Can you give me any kind of example for what you´re talking about???
Drive carefully – Fahr vorsichtig! Don´t forget our anniversary – Vergiss unser Jubiläum nicht! Drink less Bier! - Trink weniger Bier! Help Bart with his homework – Hilf Bart mit den Hausaufgaben!
How do we form the Imperative ?? If youre addressing 1 person, take the – st off of the the Du- form (2nd pers. Sg.) WIPE AWAY THE DUST!
trinken DU trinkst TRINK! Spielen DU spielst SPIEL!! Helfen DU hilfst HILF!! Wipe away the dust…
Remember the most important exceptions: Sein Sei!
spielen machen hören Spiel ! Mach ! Hör ! You think you can do that ???
How do we form the Imperative if were addressing a group of people?? Thats easy, Dad! Use the ihr form of the verb (stem + t), but CUT OFF THE EARS!
trinken ihr trinkt TRINKT! spielen ihr spielt SPIELT!! Helfen ihr helft HELFT!! Cut off the ears!
Again, dont forget about the sein: Sein Seid!
spielen machen hören Spielt! Macht! Hört! Is that clear ??
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