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|Básicamente en el uso de los imperativos (órdenes, sugerencias, invitaciones, etc.) suelen presentarse tres alternativas, a saber: |

|a)  Cuando le PEDIMOS u ORDENAMOS a alguien que haga algo, se utiliza la forma básica del verbo sin el to infinitivo |
|(come/go/do/wait/be, etc). Aquí tienes algunos ejemplos:|
|Come here and look at this!! (¡¡Acércate a ver esto!!) |
|I don't like you. Go away!! (Me desagradas. ¡¡Véte!!) |
|Please, wait for me!! (Por favor, ¡¡espérame!!)|
|Be quiet. I'm working hard. (No hagas ruido. Estoy trabajando mucho.) |
|Goodbye. Have a nice day!! (Adiós. ¡¡Que tengas un buen día!!) |
|El negativo es don't... = do not (don't come/don't go/don't do/don't wait/don't be, etc.):|
|Stay here!! Please, don't go!! (¡Quédate! Por favor, ¡no te vayas!) |
|Don't be silly!! (¡¡No seas tonto!!) |
|Be careful. Don't fall. (Ten cuidado. No te caigas.)|

ASKING FOR DIRECTIONS

Excuse me...
    Where is ...?
    How do I get to ...?
    What's the way to ...?
    Can you tell me the way to... ?

GIVING DIRECTIONS

movement:
Go straight on (until you come to ...).
Turn left/right (into ...-street).
Take the 1st turning on the left/right
Take the first/second road on the left/right
Goalong/down [a street]
Go on for 3 blocks and then...
Cross [a street]
Go straight on/ahead
Go past the traffic lights
You can't miss it.

location:
It's on the left/right.
It's opposite X
It's near X
It's next to X
It's between X and X
It's at the end of [a street]
It's on/at the corner of X
It's behind X
It's in front of X
It's (just) around the corner
careful!: it's righthere/there = it's exactly here/there   (different from: it's here on the right)

EXAMPLE

- Excuse me, can you tell me the way to the station?
- Sure. Go straight ahead and take the second turning on the right. Then go down the street until you see a church. Turn left at the church and the station is on the right, next to the post office and opposite a big bank. You can't miss it.
- Thanks a lot.Bye.

Word List
Asking for and Giving Directions
How do I get to …?
What's the best way to …?
Where is …?
Go straight on (until you come to …).
Turn back./Go back.
Turn left/right (into …-street).
Go along …
Cross …
Take the first/second road on the left/right
It's on the left/right.
straight on
oppositenear
next to
between
at the end (of)
on/at the corner
behind
in front of
(just) around the corner
traffic lights
crossroads, junction
signpost

Can

Can is an auxiliary verb, a modal auxiliary verb. We use can to:
• talk about possibility and ability
• make requests
• ask for or give permission

Structure ofCan

subject + can + main verb
The main verb is always the bare infinitive (infinitive without "to").
| |subject |auxiliary verb |main verb |  |
|+ |I |can |play |tennis. |
|- |He |cannot |play |tennis. |
| | |can't | | |
|? |Can...
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