Instructions in procedural texts should appear in the form of commands with active verbs.
A procedural text tells the reader how to do or make something. The text usually follows a logical sequence, characterized by having several steps. In other words, a procedural text gives instructions. One common procedural text is a recipe. A procedural text contains active verbs; an active verb is whenever the subject of the verb is doing the action rather than undergoing it.
Add flour. Mix the flour and the eggs. Bake for 45 minutes.
The correct answer is B. Commands with active verbs
Procedural texts are a type of text that mainly aims at explaining the possible audience how to complete a process or operate something through a set of steps (instructions) usually in relation to the use of some product or service. Due to this, instructions organized the information in a logical sequence and divide the information in different sections each with a specific step of the procedure which is usually expressed as a command with active verbs which is a statement with a direct order that includes verbs that invite the reader to perform a specific action, for example, instructions on how to use a microwave can include statements such as "Press the button on for using the microwave" or "Don't use metallic objects in the microwave" that somehow give orders or direct instructions through commands and active verbs. Thus, instructions in procedural texts should appear in the form of commands with active verbs as this directly tells the reader what to do and how to it in a clearer and concise way.