Imperatives Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: L.1.1.J

Core Standard

In sentence form, imperatives are sentences with the purpose of making the audience do something. It is not necessarily trying to manipulate the audience it is intended for. It is more like giving the audience a purpose for the general good. This can be a command for a task for them to complete or a series of steps they need to complete. They can also be warning that something is about to happen. Imperatives are one of the three moods of verbs. They are often seen as directives that must be followed, but as we said before they can also be requests that are optional. Imperatives are often focused on the wellbeing or what is best for the community, but they can also be used to dictate terms or conditions. These worksheets help students get familiar with the use of imperatives in sentences.









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