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SPOKEN ENGLISH DAY-54 (21-5-2016)
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)
- 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.
Let's observe a few more prepositions today.
used to show movement into or on a particular place(పైకి వెళ్ళు)
The cat jumped onto the chair.
The police are onto us. (slang)
the external side beyond the limits or scope of... (బయట)
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)
• 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
• 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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