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Use of the imperatives.
The imperative is a verbal form unmarked person or time that is normally used to instruct, warn, demand action, encourage, etc. This form is, therefore, unchanged for all persons singular and plural. The mandatory sentences are one of the few contexts in English in which the subject is not expressed.
Funny time, health vocabulary.
Free time to do enjoy thing the funny time expression, I´m using common verbs. The hobbies means an important activity to do an example soccer in the weekend
Basic structure of a text. Principal and secondary ideas. Author’s intention.
A good way to study english use dictionary. We are studying english use vocabulary and interest sentences or paragraph. The english student needs pay attention and remembered all the new vocabulary.
Narrative texts: Fable, tales, news and personal experience.
The narrative describes a sequence ideas and tales. The narrative shows characters and a time specific.