R - Who said “I think you should probably just hold on tight.”?
I - Why do you think that Octavia didn't say anything?
C - The author used repetition, taller and taller, bigger and bigger. What affect does this have on the reader?
LC: to use sentences with different forms - statements, question, command and exclamation.
Watch the video below to help you.
Command sentences are used when you are telling someone to do something.
Commands usually start with an imperative verb, also known as a 'bossy verb', because they tell someone to do something.
In this example, 'fetch' is the imperative verb.
You should also use commands when you are writing instructions telling someone how to do something.
Let's use the text to write command sentences.
Hold on tight.
Get off the weed.