Imperative sentence is used to show request, command, invitation, instruction/direction, warning or advice.
We use imperative sentences in order to tell people what to do and what to avoid. Imperative sentences play a significant role in writing or speaking therefore they are used everywhere.
Imperative sentences end with a full stop or exclamation mark.
- Follow the rules.
- Go that way.
- Listen to your parents.
- Have a blessed life ahead.
- Please give me the laptop.
- Keep calm and study the grammars at updatedenglishgrammar.com
- Do not break the rules.
Types of Imperative Sentences:
As discussed recently, imperative sentence is used to show request, command, invitation, instruction/direction, warning or advice.
- Please do not waste your time.
- Please study.
- Please return the money.
- Study the book.
- Give me the pen.
- Open the gate.
- Have a piece of biscuit.
- Come to our school.
- Kindly join us for the dinner.
- Turn it off when it is heated.
- Tear the box and take it out.
- Go straight then turn left
- Do not touch it.
- Mind your own business.
- Do it.
- Speak and tell how you feel.
- Do not go ahead.
- Brush your teeth.
Imperative Sentence with “Do, Please and Just”:
Sometimes we use such words with imperative sentences in order to make our sentence more formal or polite.
- Do respect everyone.
- Please help the the needy people.
- Just do it.
Imperative Sentence with Let:
We use “Let” to form first person and third person imperatives.
- Let them go.
- Let him see.
- Let her play.
Now make some sentences and practice.
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