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*Round 11 -- Imperitives.*

 

Takes the form of a command or request, often in a gramatically complete "Imperitive" sentence. Usually starts with the Verb. In English, often "You" is the understood subject of the sentence.

 

*Walk the Proud Land*

*Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here*

*Don't Drink the Water*

*Please Don't Eat the Dasies*

*Dance With a Stranger*

*Walk The Line*

*Take The Money And Run*

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>Had such a Wonderful Mother's Day today.

 

Glad you had a nice day. Do you have any ideas for the next round, when we get to it?

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>Go Naked In the World

 

Now there's a command! Especially if you live in a nudist colony. :)

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Since we've done Imperatives, for *Round 12* let's do Interrogatives. Titles that ask questions. Here are a few to get the ball rolling:

 

WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?

WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE?

O BROTHER, WHERE ART THOU?

WHAT'S EATING GILBERT GRAPE

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*Where's Charley* ?

*Where Were You When The Lights Went Out* ?

*What About Bob* ? (love this one, HA)

*Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf* ?

*Has Anybody Seen My Gal* ?

*Guess Who's Coming To Dinner* ?

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WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH HELEN?

WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO AUNT ALICE?

CAR 54, WHERE ARE YOU?

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*Dude, Where's My Car?*

*Is Anybody There?*

*Who Framed Roger Rabbit?*

*Who'll Stop the Rain?*

*When Will I Be Loved?*

*When You Comin' Back, Red Ryder?*

*Where Are The Children?*

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*Doctor, You've Got to be Kidding!*

 

(Rejected this one earlier, because Maltin doesn't have the punctuation. Turns out IMDb does have it.)

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