What are the rules of imperative?
You can use the imperative form to give an order, to give a warning or advice, and (if you use “please”) to make a request. To make the imperative, use the infinitive of the verb without ‘to’: “Come here!” “Sit down!”
How do you write an imperative sentence?
Examples of Imperative Sentence
- Bring me a glass of water.
- Don’t ever touch my phone.
- Give me a pen and a pencil.
- Play with intensity and courage.
- Remember me when we are parted.
- Never forget the person who loves you.
- Take a step and don’t move.
- Don’t be excited about everything without reason.
What are imperative words?
An imperative verb is an action word that gives a command. We use imperative verbs in sentences in which you tell someone what to do. If you seem bossy when you read a sentence, it often has an imperative verb in it!
How do you change imperative to assertive?
If we find that Imperative sentence is starting with main verb, we will write assertive sentence using “should and must” to convert the imperative sentence into assertive sentence. FOR EXAMPLE: Imperative: Go to the doctor. Assertive: You should go to the doctor.
What do imperative verbs do?
Imperative verbs are verbs that create an imperative sentence (i.e. a sentence that gives an order or command). When reading an imperative sentence, it will always sound like the speaker is bossing someone around. Imperative verbs don’t leave room for questions or discussion, even if the sentence has a polite tone.
Which is imperative sentence?
An imperative sentence gives a command, demand, or instructions directly to an audience, and typically begins with an action word (or verb). These sentences often appear to lack a subject, or the person, place, or thing that performs the main action.