February 21, 2017

Homework Help: English Imperative Sentences

Posted by Jane on Sunday, October 27, 2013 at 8:35pm.

Can someone please check my answers? *Cross out any prepositional phrases. Underline the subject once and the verb/verb phrase twice. 1. Give this tip to the waiter in the checkered shirt. (subject- you verb- give prepositional phrase- to the waiter, in the checkered shirt) 2. Remove your shoes at the door, please. (subject- you verb-remove prepositional phrase- at the door) 3. Near the end of the day, please take a bath. (subject- you verb- take prepositional phrase near the end, of the day) 4. Follow the interstate highway through the tunnels. (subject- you verb- follow prepositional phrase- through the tunnels) 5. Drive to the side of the road immediately. (subject- you verb- drive prepositional phrase- of the road)6. After the meeting, hand a pamphlet to everyone but Mr. Barton. (subject- you verb- hand prepositional phrase- after the meeting, but Mr. Barton infinitive- to everyone) 7. Sit across the table from me during the luncheon with those guests. (subject- you verb sit prepositional phrase-across the table, from me, during the luncheon, with those guests) On number 1 would to the waiter be an infinitive and on number 5 would to the side be an infinitive?

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