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Imperatives are used, for example, to tell or ask people what to do, to make suggestions, to give advice or instructions and to express wishes for peopleís welfare.
The imperative does not usually have a subject, but we can use a noun or pronoun to make it clear who we are talking to.
In writing, an imperative is often punctuated with an exclamation mark.
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