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Slide 2 As American as Baseball and Apple Pie Slide 3 will learn about imperative sentences will learn to identify imperative verbs will learn about a popular American song will learn about a popular American dessertimperative sentencesimperative verbsAmerican songAmerican dessert In this activity you Slide 4 An imperative sentence is a sentence that gives advice or instructions. It always has a verb that expresses a request or command. An imperative sentence always ends with a period or an explanation point. As you have already learned a sentence must contain a subject and a verb. In an imperative sentence, the subject is often left out. Here are some examples of an imperative sentence Give me the book. Clean your room. Finish your homework! Who or what is the subject of these sentences? The subject of most imperative sentences is you. So the sentences are really saying: You give me the book. You clean your room. You finish your homework! Slide 5 Imperative verbs are the action words that express the command or request Give me the book. Clean your room. Finish your homework! Imperative Verbs Slide 6 Listen to the popular American Song Take me out to the Ball Game Take me out to the crowd. Buy me some peanuts and cracker jack. I dont care if I never get back. Take me out to the ball game. Let me root, root, root for the home team. If they dont win its a shame. For its one, two, three strikes youre out, at the old ball game! Jack Norworth and Albert Von Tilzer, Take Me Out to the Ball Game, 1927 Slide 7 Click on the Imperative Verbs Take me out to the ball game. Take me out to the crowd. Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jacks. I don't care if I never get back. Let me root, root, root for the home team. If they don't win it's a shame. For it's one, two, three strikes, you're out, at the old ball game! Jack Norworth and Albert Von Tilzer, Take Me Out to the Ball Game, 1927 Hint Slide 8 Correct! Slide 9 Lets make an Apple Pie! Listen to the directions Slide 10 Lets make an Apple Pie! Please complete the sentence by saying the correct imperative verb Say Correct Verb Click to check your answer out the pie crust the apples the apples in thin pieces sugar and cinnamon the top crust on in the oven for one hour Peel Roll Cut Add Put Bake Hint Slide 11 http://kids.niehs.nih.gov/lyrics/ballgame.htm http ://www.thanksmuch.com/kids/take-me-out-to-the-ballgame-mp3.html Bibliography http://www.worldpressinstitute.org/world_press_institute_reports/baseball http://www.fansonline.net/images/leedsunited/Fans.jpg http://www.canadaonly.ca/product_images/e/385/crackerJacks__2 3128_zoom.jpg Slide 12 Try Again