Where's the verb?

Diana-S1 April 25, 2016, 4:30 pm
Lesson 10.2:  In the Rocket Review, Anne asks "fill it up please," and Eric's translation is "le plein s'il vous plait."  What happened to the verb on the French side?  Clearly, Anne has a complete sentence, including the verb, but Eric only gives the object of the verb.

When I hear Anne's "fill it up please," I think it should be "faites le plein s'il vous plait" in French.
Where's the verb?
bolletjeb April 26, 2016, 8:03 pm
In fact literally he says "full, please". That's why there is no verb.
Where's the verb?

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