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Haley Maine

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Imperative 'BOSSY' verbs

Watch the video about imperative verbs. An imperative verb is one that tells someone to do something, so that the sentence it is in becomes an order or command. Sometimes they are called BOSSY verbs. For example in this sentence: Fold your clothes up. The imperative verb is 'fold' because it is telling or ordering you to do something. Complete the activity in the template attached by adding 4 different imperative verbs that would suit the situations.

3rd Grade, Writing
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