Day 54-Spoken English to School Teachers - Learn Grammar-Prepositions

Day 54-Spoken English to School Teachers - Learn Grammar-Prepositions

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SPOKEN ENGLISH DAY-54 (21-5-2016)
The Imperative.
Friends, today let us observe imperative sentences.
These are used to express requests, suggestions, advice commands, instructions ......

Typically these sentences are short and simple.
They often begin with a verb. (imperatives don't have subject. The listener becomes the subject of the sentence.)

1. We can use the imperative to give a direct order (command) ఆజ్ఞాపించుటకు
 - Take that chewing gum out of your mouth.
- Stand up straight.
- Give me the details.

2. We can use the imperative to give instructions.(సూచించుటకు)
 - Open your book.
 - Take two tablets every evening.
 - Take a left and then a right.

3. We can use the imperative to make an informal invitation.(స్నేహపూర్వకంగా ఆహ్వానించుటకు )
 - Come in and sit down.
 - Make yourself at home.
 - Please start without me.

4. We can use the imperative on signs and notices.(సూచించుటకు / ప్రకటనకు)
 - Push.
 - Do not use.
 - Insert one dollar.
 - Use the dustbin.

5. We can use the imperative to give friendly informal advice.(సలహాలు ఇచ్చుటకు)
 - Speak to him. Tell him how you feel.
- Have a quiet word with her about it.
 - Don't go.
 - Stay at home and rest.
 - Get some sleep and recover.

6. We can make the imperative 'more polite' by adding 'do'.(వినయముగా చెప్పుటకు)
 - Do be quiet.
 - Do come.
 - Do sit down.

PREPOSITIONS
Let's observe a few more prepositions today.

Onto:
used to show movement into or on a particular place(పైకి వెళ్ళు)
Eg:
The cat jumped onto the chair.
The police are onto us. (slang)

Outside:
the external side beyond the limits or scope of... (బయట)
Eg:
1. I don’t live in London. I live outside London.
2. It was very cold outside the car.
3. This is outside my scope.

Over: (పైన / మీద )
1. Extending directly upwards from.
2. At a higher level (covering something)
Eg:
• We are flying over the mountains.
• Put the blanket over the bed.
• The cat jumped over the wall.
• Let’s discuss it over dinner.
• The king ruled over the country for many years
• The town is just over the border.
• There is rain over the whole country.

Under: (కింద / అడుగున)
1. Extending or directly below.
2. At a lower level than something
Eg:
• The mouse ran under the chair.
• The bucket is under the sink.
• Submarines can travel under water.
• We drove under a bridge.
• I have a T-shirt under my pullover.
• Who do you work under? (Who is your boss?)

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