Imperative - Free PDF Worksheets

The imperative mood is used to give commands, instructions, or make requests. It is usually directed at the second person (you). In its basic form, it uses the base form of the verb, and there's no subject (you is understood). For example, "Close the door." It can also be used to give advice, offer invitations, or make suggestions. Be mindful of politeness and tone when using the imperative, as it can come across as rude if not used appropriately.

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