30 Imperative Sentences and Definitions
We often need to use the command mode when we want to quickly warn someone in everyday life, to give orders, or to communicate in informal language. The imperative mode is much easier than the other modes in English. Because when you need to use imperative, we don’t have to add any verbs. In this way, the imperative mode has a very simple structure.
Here are 30 Imperative Sentences;
1.Shall he not come in?
2.Shall we not eat dinner here?
3.Do not smoke in your room.
4.You wash your hand first and then eat.
5.Clean your room.
6.Stop talking and open your book.
7.Take the dog for a walk, please.
8.Stop biting your fingernails.
10.Do not walk fastly.
11.Share wishes for someone.
12.Do your chores!
13.Enjoy some fresh strawberries.
16.Let no one of you speak.
17.Switch off your mobiles.
18.Do not talk to me like that.
19.Do not make that sound.
20.Don’t touch me!
21.You there, pay attention!
22.Oh, do shut up!
23.Please join me for dinner.
24.Hand me that bowl
25.Consider the red dress.
26.Pass the salt.
27.Wait for me!
28.Stop feeding the dog!
29.Be quiet, sir!
30.Give us the gate key.