Materi Bahasa Inggris Kelas 12 – Giving Instruction

 1. Definition of Giving Instruction

Giving instruction is an expression that used to give or ask somebody to do something that what we want. Giving instruction same with imperative sentence.

 2. Forms of Giving Instruction

There are two form of giving instruction, those are:


There are some giving instruction in command form that usually we use in the dialy life, those are:

Verb + object


  • Watch out, come here.
  • Eat your meal.
  • Switch off the phone in class.
  • Please + verb + object
  • Examples:
  • Please clean your room now.
  • Please wash your hand first.
  • Please press the button gently.
  • Please read the rules first.
  • Please read the direction for use first.

Verb + object + please


  • Wash this towel, please.
  • Sit down, please.
  • Close the window, please.
  • Open the door, please.
  • Remove the pan from the heat, please.
  • Be + adjective
  • Examples:
  • Be yourself.
  • Be a good boy/girl.
  • Be strong.
  • Be happy.
  • Be polite.
  • Be careful.
  • Be gentle.


There are some giving instruction in prohibition form that usually we use in the dialy life, those are:

Don’t + verb infinitive without to


  • Don’t eat the fried chicken in the cupboard.
  • Don’t close it!
  • Don’t open the door!
  • Don’t eat that!
  • Don’t approach!
  • Don’t disturb me now!
  • Don’t touch my hand!

Don’t + be + adjective


  • Don’t be noisy.
  • Don’t be lazy.

Don’t + verb + object + please


  • Don’t close the window, please.
  • Don’t make me sad anymore, please.
  • Don’t treat me bad, please.

Would you mind not + verb-ing + object


  • Would you mind not reading my diary.
  • Would you mind not enter my room.
  • Would you mind not use my gadget.

No + verb-ing


  • No smoking!
  • No swimming!
  • No parking.
  • No fishing.


Calculating the standard deviation
First, put the scores in order down the page.
Then, work out the mean.
Now calculate how much each deviates from the mean.
Next, square each of these deviations.
Add them all up.
Now divide by the number of scores.
Lastly find the square root.
This is the standard deviation.

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