What are Imperatives?
When we give orders, warnings, commands, or instructions to make a request, you will use imperatives. It will be more useful when you have to use the word 'please'. Indicative, subjunctive, and imperative are the three types of English language's verb. Without using 'to', we will use the verb's infinitive to make the imperative. For example, sit down please! Yes, come in! You will use negative contracted and expanded form of 'do' before verb in a sentence like Do not Shout! Do not jump on the sofa. In many cases, we use imperative sentences where the subject is missing. So, we have to start sentence with verb. If you are writing a sentence in directed form, you will consider yourself a subject of that sentence. The meaning of the sentence verb will be an affirmative form so you will have to write in an affirmative sentence. The usage of affirmative help us to direct something through our writing or encourages the action in literature form. But, in such cases, the sentence will be negative as it indicates there is no incident or wish expressed in a sentence. For example, Do not eat my mangoes! Do not wait for the parcel. Do not talk to me!