COMMAND AND REQUEST SENTENCE   Leave a comment

Commands: A command is a sentence that is used to tell someone to do something, or to give an order. Commands can end with a period, or with an exclamation mark. If a command ends with an exclamation mark, it means that the author is giving an order with strong emotion.

Example:

  • Help your mom!

  • Don’t do that!

Requests: A request is a sentence that is used to ask someone to do something, or to give an order, nicely. Requests can end with a period, question mark, or an exclamation mark. Requests often contain the word please.

Example :

·         Can I use your phone?

·         Could I see your dictionary?

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http://www.manatee.k12.fl.us/sites/elementary/samoset/3boltonmayagsen5.htm

Posted Mei 11, 2013 by yuyunchelsea in TULISAN

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