What Is Imperative Mood?
When we want to order or ask someone to do or not do something, we use the imperative mood. Take a look at these examples:
I go to my room. →
You need to start. →
You should respect your mother. →
The imperative mood is formed by using the base form of the main verb at the beginning of the sentence, without a subject. Imperative sentences are often ended with an exclamation mark, but in some cases, they can end with a full stop. Look at the examples:
A single main verb can be an imperative sentence, as long as it is used in the base form and without a subject. Check out the examples:
To make a polite request or order, you can use the word 'please' at the end of the imperative sentence. When using 'please,' it is important to use a 'comma' before the word. Check out the examples: