Rob the teacher talks about using imperatives to give directions and ways of recording new vocabulary to help you remember it.

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Rearrange the words into the correct order.

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Fill in the gaps in the text with the words from the box.

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Read the statements about recording vocabulary and decide if they are true or false.

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Dear fellows, it's nice to meet you

Good explanation, thank you very much.

this video is very useful , thankyou so much

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this video is really useful !!!. Now I can learn vocabulary easily and use imperatives to give directions. Thanks Brishtish Council

It was awesome video. I like it .

that's useful, thanks

Hello everybody! I have to read many times the instructions, maybe someday I get to market ja, ja, ja ja. I know this is to practice given and receiving directions. Thank you British Council's team for share with us your knowleadge.

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