Chapter 5-11-2: The Imperative Mood

Grammar > Using Verbs > Verb Moods > Imperative Mood

The imperative mood is also common and is used to give orders or to make requests. The imperative is identical in form to the second person indicative.

The highlighted verbs in the following sentences are all in the imperative mood:

Pick up those boxes.


Close the window.

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