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    Default Re: I need IPA transcription for "do right" (solving/doing something correctly)

    Quote Originally Posted by royal999 View Post
    ... the book that I have, has no two-word imperative form.
    Raymott wrote of a two-word imperative sentence, not of an imperative form. In 'do right', the verb is 'do' - that's the imperative form.
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    Default Re: I need IPA transcription for "do right" (solving/doing something correctly)

    Thanks 5jj!
    I was mistaken!
    Happily, My book hasn't used it neither in
    imperative form
    "do!"
    nor in
    imperative sentence "do right!".

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