Please + (verb)

‘Please’ is generally used in a polite request when asking someone to do something.

Here are some examples:

“Please pass me the salt.”
“Please order me the steak and potatoes.”
“Please stop bothering me.”
“Please wash your hands before dinner.”
“Please wait outside until we are ready.”
“Please zip up your coat before you go outside.”
“Please stand back.”

The word ‘please’ can also mean to give enjoyment or satisfaction to.

Here are some examples:

“The smell of the flowers was very pleasing.”
“May it please the court to admit this into evidence?”
“I was very pleased with how the children behaved in class.”
“You cannot please everyone all the time.”
“She was pleased with the dress.”

Don’t + (verb)

The word ‘don’t’ is a contraction of the words ‘do not.’ It is said to convey a message of what NOT should be done.

Here are some examples:

“Don’t try and fool me.”
“Don’t allow this to happen.”
“Don’t watch scary movies before you go to bed.”
“Don’t cause any more trouble.”
“Don’t chew gum in class.”
“Do not concern yourself with other people’s problems.”
“Do not behave that way.”
“Do not announce your decision until you’re ready.”
“Do not argue with me.”
“Do not arrive late for your meeting.”

Do you like

With this question you are asking someone what they prefer or enjoy.

Here are some examples:

“Do you like traveling on a plane?”
“Do you like watching baseball on TV?”
“Do you like skiing or snowboarding?”
“Do you like going to bed early?”
“Do you like spending time with me?”
“Do you like repeating the class?”
“Do you like playing video games?”
“Do you like listening to music?”
“Do you like practicing playing the piano?”
“Do you like jogging with me?”