Imperative sentences are the sentences that express command, order, advice, request, or proposal. Imperative sentences can be positive or negative.
Imperative sentences are of five types:
1. Direct Order
- Mend your ways.
- Listen to what I say.
- Do not poke your nose into other’s affairs.
- Don’t move from here untill I come back.
2. Indirect Order
- Visitors are to have valid tickets to the museum
- I am to rush to the parade ground.
- You are not to encourage flattery.
- Pedestrians are not to cross the road when the singal is green for vehicles.
- Children should repect their teachers and elders.
- The injured must be rushed to the hospital.
- The motorist ought to keep to the left on the road.
- Nobody should steal the belogings of others.
- Please keep your dirty shoues outside.
- Kindly shut the door after you.
- Please do not make a noise in the hopsital.
- Kindly stay away from the cages of the animals.
- Let us all pray to God.
- Let us not behave in such a rude manner.
- Let us go to see the famouse temple.
- Let us not forget our days of adversity.