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Understanding the Imperative Category of the Verb in German Language

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Abstract

In German, imperatives are usually followed by an exclamation mark, when giving orders and instructions. However, they do not require an exclamation mark if they are not being used to give an order or instruction. For example, they can also be used where we might say Can you… or Could you … in English.

Abstract

In German, imperatives are usually followed by an exclamation mark, when giving orders and instructions. However, they do not require an exclamation mark if they are not being used to give an order or instruction. For example, they can also be used where we might say Can you… or Could you … in English.

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German Language
Educational

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1. Sotnikova E.S., Ageeva G.A. Educational-methodical manual on theoretical phonetics of the German language. Irkutsk, 2012 – 58p.
2. Shuman E.V. The specificity of the periods of teaching the grammar of the German language // Foreign Languages at school - 2007. - No. 4. - P. 85 - 89.

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Yusufovna, K. N. . (2022). Understanding the Imperative Category of the Verb in German Language. Middle European Scientific Bulletin, 25, 157-160. Retrieved from https://cejsr.academicjournal.io/index.php/journal/article/view/1373
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    14 June 2022
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    14 June 2022
  • Published
    13 June 2022