‘Order’ has two meanings in English grammar. One usage is to put a list into what is first, second, third etc.  The other is to tell people what to do.

time and sequencing adverbs

There are a few overlapping points in the category of ADVERBS as modifiers at A2. Point 25: SEQUENCING: a limited range of adverbs and adverb phrases (‘first’, ‘then’, ‘after that’) to order segments of discourse. Point 33: time and sequencing adverbs to modify clauses and sentences. The examples for point 33 need to be looked …

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DON’T LET + pronoun (permission/order)

Point 117 in CLAUSES/imperatives is defined as: an imperative clause with ‘let’ + ‘him/her/them’ + base form of a main verb, to disallow something or instruct someone to disallow something *I disagree that ‘him|her|them’ should be the only pronouns that point to this level of complexity. An iWeb search for: Do _XX let _P _V …

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