First + third person imperative (Let's go, Let him go)
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Imperative 'Let' exercises
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- Use 'let' in positive or negative imperatives to rewrite sentences.
He can take it. - Let him take it.
- Use words in the correct order to make imperative sentences.
throw away | let's not | this food - Let's not throw away this food.
- Choose words to complete positive or negative imperatives.
The suitcase is heavy. ___ you. (let's take, let me help, let's not help)
- Complete these dialogues with 'let' and the words in brackets.
A: John, you can't travel alone. - B: Mum, please, ___ me it. (do)
Second person imperative PDF Take it easy. Don't cry.
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Imperative sentences rules PDF Grammar rules with examples to download for free.
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