Commands are also known as imperative form. They are easy to use. Put the verb in the base form at the beginning of the sentence and end the sentence with an object.
|Tell someone to do something:|
|Put out the rubbish.|
|Take an umbrella with you.|
|Turn off the TV.|
To make commands negative, put "don't" or "do not" before the verb.
|Tell someone not to do something:|
|Don't shout at me.|
|Don't open the window.|
|Do not stay out too late.|
If you want to use the polite form of a command, then add the word "please".
|Please don't shout at me.|
|Please tell me your phone number.|
|Hand out the books, please.|
|Help me with the homework, please.|
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