Hello English learners!
In today’s intermediate lesson, we will practice using “a/an” and “the”. We will also use the imperative of a verb.
Articles A/An and The
A/An: For unspecified things. (We don’t know which one). Use “An” for words beginning with vowel sounds (a, e, i, o, u sounds). Use “A” for words beginning with other sounds.
1. Can I have a sandwich please?
Imperative verbs are used to tell someone to do something.
The imperative form is the same as the infinitive, without “to“.
infinitive: to eat; imperative: eat
infinitive: to watch; imperative: watch
infinitive: to study; imperative: study
Now let’s practise.
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