Command verbs are used when you are telling someone to do something.
Commands usually start with an imperative verb, also known as a ‘bossy verb’, because they tell someone to do something. You should also use commands when you are writing instructions like the words in your exam questions that tell what the examiner wants you to do.
Change each SIMPLE PAST sentence into a command:
EX: I saw that movie. — See that movie!
- I went there. — ________________ there!
- I drove to Tokyo. — ________________ to Tokyo!
- I did my homework. — ________________ your homework!
- I clapped after the concert. — ________________ after the concert!
- I woke up early. — ________________ up early!
- I slept for eight hours. — ________________ for eight hours!
- I drank a lot of water. — ________________ a lot of water!
ANSWERS: 1) Go 2) Drive 3) Do 4) Clap 5) Wake 6) Sleep 7) Drink
So easy. Right? Please give it a try!