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PostSubject: Commands with a verb and a preposition   1st December 2015, 5:05 pm

Commands with a verb and a preposition

- Point to the bag!
- Point to the picture!
- Point to the boat!

- Look at the ceiling!
- Look at the wall!
- Look at the floor!

- Switch on the light!
- Switch on the fan!
- Switch on the oven!

- Switch off the light!
- Switch off the fan!
- Switch off the oven!

- Go to the board!
- Go to the cupboard!
- Go to the front of the class!

- Draw a ball on the board!
- Draw a pen on the board!
- Draw a house on the board!

- Put a pencil in the box!
- Put a glass in the box!
- Put a cup in the box!

- Put away your books!
- Put away your pens!
- Put away your pencils!

Reference: Lee Kok Cheong and James Villanueva. Language Learning and Teaching Strategies. Singapore:
Pan Pacific Book Distributors (S) Pte Ltd, 1983.

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PostSubject: Re: Commands with a verb and a preposition   1st December 2015, 5:58 pm

I sometime forget about these helpful words . Thank you so much Nat.
When I want to do the class activity , it is a bit difficult for me to ask student to do something because I don't know the key word that it is easier that a long sentence.
I think most of students would understand it better when we say and do the action together.
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