Beginner’s English test online: Imperative grammar
All of the 3 sentences above are examples of Imperatives (when you tell someone what to do or make a suggestion).
They have the full verb without ‘to’.
Be Happy – NOT : To be happy
Learn English with SGI – NOT: To learn English with SGI.
Let’s do a test – NOT : Let’s to do a test
If you need more help with this, our blogpost from yesterday explains more about Imperative grammar.
Remember that for NEGATIVES, we use DON’T, DO NOT or NEVER
So, now here is your Beginner’s English test online with immediate answers!
If you do not understand a question, tell me in the Comments Section below. I will explain the answer for you.
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