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COLEGIO DE BACHILLERES DEL ESTADO
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ACTIVITY:
Special Activities.


STUDENT:
Miguel Angel Silvas Arvizu

TEACHER:
Rivera Galindo Marta Elena.


MATTER:
English.


GROUP AND TURN:
206 Evening.







Imperative form


The imperative mood is used to giving orders, requests or desires, the imperative is formed with the base form of the verb, no subject, although the term is always directed to a second person, either singular or plural. We know who we mean by context or by some explicit reference that may appear next to the verb in the imperative.

Examples:

 Listen to me
 Get out
 Close the door
 Pay attention
 Don’t run
 Don’t scream
 Get in
 Don’t buy
 Come to
 Speak down

Sentences:

 Listen to me, is very important
 Close the door, the weather is cold
 Pay attention, please
 Don’t run in this place
 Don’t scream in the library
 Get in the class
 Don’t buy it, it’s too expensive
 Come to my home
 Speak down, the baby is sleep

Vocabulary


- Run out: se termina algo
- Must: obligacion
- Might: posibilidad
- Ougth to: recomendacion
- Should: consejo
- Meal: comida
- Was: estaba
- Perhaps: talves
- Could: podria
- Able: capaz
- Be: ser o estar
- Will: sera
- Feed: alimentar
- Chewing: masticar
- Apply: solicitor
- Have to be: tienes que ser

Sentences:

We might run out gas
You should do your test
You ought to watch that program
I will my homework
Perhaps he do the exam
Feed the birds
The meal was a bit expensive
You have to be sixteen to apply for a diving license
She must remember go to the doctor






Going to

Use 'going to' to discuss the future in English when you want a plan or expresses an intention, is also used 'going to' when you see that something will happen.

The structure:

Affirmative- subject + verb to be + going to + going to + verb infinitive.

Negative - negative subject + verb to be + going to + verb infinitive.

Question - verb to be + going to + verb infinitive


Sentences:

He is going to play football

She isn´t going to dance tomorrow.

Are you going to study for exam?

I´m going to buy a new car.

He isn´t going to his room.

Are you going to eat that chocolate?

We are going to do our homework.

Miguel isn´t going to be late for school.

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