First conditionals - imperatives

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Have you ever thought of using the first conditionals with the imperative? Have a look at it.

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First conditional:

First conditional IMPERATIVES

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First conditionals – Imperatives (Examples) If you are tired, take a rest. Eat a sandwich if you feel hungry. If you like cold drinks, have a beer. If you want to live, don’t touch that cable. Don’t go out today if you’ re feeling sick

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First conditionals – Imperatives (Structure) If clause = verbs in simple present or present continuous [ are, feel, like, want, are feeling ] If you are tired, … …, if you feel hungry. If you like cold drinks, … If you want to live, … … if you’ re feeling sick. (present continuous)

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First conditionals – Imperatives (Structure) Main clause = base of verb + rest of sentence ( for positive imperatives ) Main clause = don’t + base of verb + rest of sentence ( for negative imperatives ) …, take a rest. Eat a sandwich … …, have a beer. 4. …, don’t touch that cable. 5. Don ’ t go out today ….

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First conditionals – Imperatives (other examples) If the bus is late, take a taxi. Pay your credit card if you receive your salary. Don’t sit in the back if you have problems hearing. Turn on the air condition if you ’re feeling hot. Don ‘t stay up late if you have to get up early.

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Complete the questions with the correct form of the verbs. If you want to feel better, (take) _____________ your medicine. Dance with me f you (like) ______________ to be with me. (Do) _______________ your homework first if you want to watch TV. (Tell, neg. ) __________________ anybody if you’re going away for a few days. If you arrive before me, (leave) _______________ the door unlocked please. take like Do Don’t tell l eave

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