formes affirmative ou négative
à l'actif ou au passif
sens et valeurs
sortie du continuum, de la routine énonciative,
instructions, mode d'emploi,
conseil, avertissement, intimation,
mot d'ordre, revendication,
incitation à faire / prendre conscience de...,
impératif > forme affirmative > Base Verbale (BV)
Edgar Rice Burroughs
July 30, 2021
'Believe your eyes'
the message in the window of a closed clothing store in Stonegate, York,
reads: ‘Stick together, take care, stay strong, be kind’
Photograph: Richard Saker
Northern encounters: lockdown life in Yorkshire – in pictures
‘These images are fleeting moments of the everyday,’
says Observer photographer Richard Saker.
‘More than anything I hope they are a testimony to the human spirit
and show people getting on with their lives,
as best they can in these uncertain times.
It has felt more important than ever to take pictures during this particular period.
One day soon we will look back and try to make sense of it all
and I believe photographs are the best way of remembering’
Mon 22 Feb 2021 07.00 GMT
The Guardian p. 18 10 February 2007
The Guardian p. 8 19 January 2006
The Guardian G2 pp. 6-7 19 June 2007
formes verbales > impératif
doauxiliaire + Base Verbale
Do mention the war
Tony Blair has lost the argument over Iraq,
and now seeks to evade the issue.
But today's protest will hold him to account
"Don't mention the war"
may seem to him like the only plausible policy,
but it is a curious start
for the prime minister's new "listening" strategy
and it will not calm the vast movement of opposition to the war
and to the lies which have attended it.
formes verbales > impératif
let + N + Base Verbale
Store your CV on line
and let employers search for you
formes verbales > impératif > forme négative
valeurs > ordre, demande, conseil
forme pleine :
doauxiliaire + not + Base Verbale
forme contractée :
doauxiliairen't + Base Verbale
Don't Focus On Kids' Weight Gain.
Focus On Healthy Habits Instead
The Guardian G2 pp. 8-9 19 June 2007
Do not press your panic button unless you are dying.
Do not talk out the window. Do not sit on the window sill.
Do not kick your door. Do not make a wick.
Do not steal from your fellow prisoners. Do not smoke on your bed.
Do not seal your outgoing mail. Do not play-fight with your cellmate.
Do not lend or borrow. Do not make holes in the walls.
Do not graffiti on the furniture. Do not damage any prison property.
Get used to it, you live here now.
"Fine," I said.
The prison officer shut the door.
"What do I do?"
A thousand days of despair:
People are shocked by a 14-year-old prisoner's suicide. Not me,
Don't mention the dead
When the body of US soldier Artimus Brassfield
was flown to the military mortuary at Dover, Delaware,
there were no TV pictures
of a flag-covered coffin and hero's salute
- the White House has banned media coverage at the base.
But can Bush's efforts to hide the body bags
quell growing public disquiet over the death toll in Iraq?
Gary Younge reports
formes verbales > impératif sans doauxiliaire
Base Verbale + not
The Guardian Global Warming pullout p. 4 27 June 2007
formes verbales > impératif au passif
beauxiliaire + verbeau participe passé
homepage screenshot Generation Rent 13 February 2021
formes verbales > impératif > autres énoncés
July 24, 2016
The Guardian p. 14 6 December 2008
6 / 8 May 2004
The Guardian Society 1 p. 19 15 March 2006
The Guardian p. 8 20 February 2006
The Guardian p.11 15.7.2006
The Guardian Technology p. 8 5.1.2006
The Guardian Work p. 13 29.10.2005
The Guardian Technology p. 10 20 October 2005
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette,
Rex Morgan Woody Wilson and Graham Nolan 10.10.2004
9 October 2004
Sport frontpage 9 October 2004
The Guardian p. 20 21.4.2005
The Guardian p. 4 23.10.2004
The Guardian p. 5 25.8.2004
Fran Matera Created by Allen Saunders 30.10.2004
Guardian p. 13 28 August 2004
Guardian p. 30 28.8.2004
6 September 2004
Look what we've got in store
The Science Museum is opening the doors
to its archive of 170,000 objects.
Simon Rogers takes a sneak preview
before the guided tours begin
Spend, spend ... no, don't spend
Lloyd Shepherd reckons he can top Gordon Brown
when it comes to budgeting.
Introducing a spending review into the household
might bring him some extra pennies,
but it's no road to popularity.
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Narrow your search by using more specific terms
DM search tips, 11.10.2003.
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Q web page, 29.9.2003.
In case of fire, get out, stay out, call 999. (...)
- Put out cigarettes and candles properly.
- Switch things off
if they're not in use, especially at night.
- Keep matches and lighters away from children.
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brown chicken in 2 teaspoons butter.
Place the vegetables in a greased 13-in. x 9-in. x 2-in. baking dish.
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impératif > forme affirmative > invitation
Voir aussi > Anglonautes > Grammaire anglaise explicative - niveau avancé
Forme-ing > N-ing autonome
N-ing autonome ≠ Impératif