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Heat 2 tablespoon olive oil. Bring to the boil. Pour 150 ml double cream.Les trois verbes expriment :□ un ordre, une consigne □ une possibilité Ces verbes sont à :□ l'infinitif □ l'impératif

The imperative formTE:L'impératif en anglais s'utilise pour donner des ordres, pour donner des instructions comme dans les recettes par exemple, ou pour interdire à quelqu'un de faire quelque chose. Pour former l'impératif, on utilise seulement la base verbale du verbe. Par exemple : To go → Go.La forme affirmative : Be quiet! Tais-toi/Taisez-vousLa forme négative :Don't shout! Ne crie pas/Ne criez pas

Exercise 1: Put the words in bracket in the imperative form. a) _________ upstairs (to go).b)____________in this lake (not/to swim).c)_____________your homework (to do).d)_____________the animals in the zoo (not/to feed).e) ______________ your mobile phones (to switch off).Exercise 2: Transform the sentences in orders or prohibitions.a)We don't want you to go. b) I want you to be quiet. c) You should listen.d) You should always take your ID card.

The imperative

Exercise 1: Put the words in bracket in the imperative form. a) Go upstairs (to go).b) Don't swim in this lake (not/to swim).c) Do your homework (to do).d) Do not feed the animals in the zoo (not/to feed).e) Switch off your mobile phones (to switch off).Exercise 2: Transform the sentences in orders or prohibitions.a)We don't want you to go. → Don't go b) I want you to be quiet. → Be quiet!c) You should listen.→ Listen.d) d) You should always take your ID card. → Take your ID card.

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