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There are four basic types of main clause: declaratives (statements), interrogatives (questions), imperatives (orders/instructions) & exclamatives (used for exclamations). …
Declarative clauses most commonly function as statements. The usual word order is subject (s) + verb (v) + x. Declaratives can be affirmative or negative. They make statements about how things are and how they are not. …
Interrogative clauses most commonly function as questions. The usual word order is (wh-word) + auxiliary/modal verb (aux/m) + subject + verb + x: …
Imperative clauses most commonly function as commands, instructions or orders. The usual word order is verb + x. We vày not usually include the subject in an imperative clause. We use the base form of the verb: …
We use instructions to lớn tell someone how to vì chưng something. We usually use imperatives. They bởi not sound too direct in this context: …
We use imperative clauses when we want lớn tell someone to bởi something (most commonly for advice, suggestions, requests, commands, orders or instructions). …
To make negative imperatives, we use the auxiliary do + not + the infinitive without to. The full form vị not, is rather formal. In speaking, we usually use don’t: …
We can use emphatic pronoun you or anyone/anybody after don’t in negative imperatives, especially in informal speaking: …
There are four basic types of main clause: declaratives (statements), interrogatives (questions), imperatives (orders/instructions) and exclamatives (used for exclamations). …
Declarative clauses most commonly function as statements. The usual word order is subject (s) + verb (v) + x. Declaratives can be affirmative or negative. They make statements about how things are & how they are not. …
Interrogative clauses most commonly function as questions. The usual word order is (wh-word) + auxiliary/modal verb (aux/m) + subject + verb + x: …
Imperative clauses most commonly function as commands, instructions or orders. The usual word order is verb + x. We vì not usually include the subject in an imperative clause. We use the base size of the verb: …
We use instructions lớn tell someone how to vì something. We usually use imperatives. They bởi not sound too direct in this context: …
We use imperative clauses when we want to tell someone to vì something (most commonly for advice, suggestions, requests, commands, orders or instructions). …
To make negative imperatives, we use the auxiliary vì + not + the infinitive without to. The full form vị not, is rather formal. In speaking, we usually use don’t: …
We can use emphatic pronoun you or anyone/anybody after don’t in negative imperatives, especially in informal speaking: …
The government has a moral imperative lớn provide equal access to lớn high-quality education for all children.
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