Examples of The Imperative Mood

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Definition of The Imperative Mood:

An imperative mood is a form of a verb that expresses an order or a request or an advice or encouragement or instruction or suggestion to do a thing.

Examples of The Imperative Mood :

  • Work sincerely.
  • Try to keep quiet.
  • Please have your food on time.
  • Write clearly.
  • Read it out loud.
  • Memorize it properly.
  • Please try to come early.
  • Do it as I say.
  • Leave the place immediately.
  • Don’t smoke.
  • Finish your work as quick as possible.
  • Go straight and then turn left.
  • Speak nicely.
  • Behave gently.
  • Don’t misbehave with anyone.
  • Don’t underestimate me.
  • Always be positive.
  • Be good and do good.
  • Stay calm.
  • Stay away from the negative thoughts.
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