Posted by: Idioma Extra | November 28, 2012

Grammar Guru


Sentence Monkey–Public Signs

Public signs usually use the imperative form (this is the base form of the verb such as “Walk” or “Talk” or “Eat”). So, these public signs often say things like “Don’t walk on the grass” or “Throw away your garbage.” However, sometimes gerunds are also used (verbs ending in -ing that act like a noun). An example of this would be “No eating in class” or “No talking on your phone.”

Test your knowledge of how to make imperative sentences or use gerund forms in this fun game. So stop monkeying around and play!

 

 

Play Sentence Monkey here!


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