Grammar Exercise | The Imperative
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Put the following sentences in the imperative:
You must listen to your teachers. → Listen to your teachers!
We don’t need to wait for him. → Let’s not wait for him!
1. You must refuse to let Sam take the car.
2. Kevin, you must not always complain.
3. Tina, you must stop talking all the time.
4. You are in a park, you must not walk on the grass.
5. You mustn’t cheat.
6. You mustn’t be late.
7. You must pay attention.
8. He should have a beer.
9. We must not stop now.
10. You must go to bed.
11. You mustn’t stand here.
12. She can have a drink.
13. We must have a shower first.
14. You can’t park in this street.
15. They should taste this cake.
- Don’t let Sam take the car.
- Don’t complain / Stop complaining.
- Stop talking all the time.
- Don’t walk on the grass.
- Don’t cheat / stop cheating.
- Don’t be late.
- Pay attention.
- Let him have a beer.
- Let’s not stop now / Don’t let’s stop now.
- Go to bed.
- Don’t stand here.
- Let her have a drink.
- Let’s have a shower first.
- Don’t park in this street.
- Let them taste this cake.