Open your books.
Come to the blackboard.
Sit up straight.
Open the door/window/your books.
Close the door/window/your books.
Put your books in your desk.
Look at page _____.
- Practice giving these commands politely with "please" or with proper intonation and stress.
A: She's upset about something.
B: Just leave her alone.
A: Brush off your coat.
B: Is something on it?
A: Yes. I think it's chalk dust.
A: Please sit up straight.B: I'm sorry. I'm tired. :
Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today.
Speak softly but carry a big stick.
Don't look a gift horse in the mouth.
Practice what you preach.
The Japanese have a big problem. The air in their cities is often heavily polluted. It is increasingly difficult to find a breath of fresh air anywhere in Japan.
When residents of Tokyo want some clean air, they sometimes look for special oxygen machines along the sidewalks. A sign on the machine says, "Fresh Country Air. Please deposit 100 yen." The Tokyoite deposits .'his money, places a mask-over his face, and breathes deeply.This situation is unusual. However, pollution-free environments are disappearing rapidly. Says a well-known scientist, "Dirty air is the number one health hazard in our cities today."
ex. policeman/stop/car"Stop the car," says the policeman.
With the cues given below, making sentences that include a command and a direct quotation.
- taxi driver/100 won/give
- doctor/every two hours/take
- policeman/I.D. card/show
- Mr. Kim/look/monkey
- Miss Lee/where/going
- customer/how much/cost