Arabic Culture and Society



Through this activity, we are going to learn how to make imperative sentences in English and how to use the verb "Do" and the negative form "Don't" at the beginning of sentences to order or to inhibit something. The imperative sentence is constructed without using a subject in the sentence. For example, look at the picture above of the bumper sticker. It says, "Hang up and drive". The owner of the car wants to warn people not to get distracted by answering their cellphones while driving. They are advised to either pull over and talk over the phone or drive their cars and not to do both at the same time. To know more about imperatives in English: 

  1. Visit the link below and read the explanations and examples provided.
  2. After reviewing the contents of this link, visit the second link provided below and do the quiz you will find. 


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