Imperatives are verbs that create an imperative sentence (a sentence that gives a command or an order). When reading an imperative sentence, it will always sound like the speaker is bossing someone around.
Sit quietly in the classroom.
Don’t forget your books!
Be nice to your mother and father.
Go to market and bring some vegetables.
Speak politely with your elders.
To be more polite,you can use ‘please’.
Please put these cups on the table.
Don’t make so much noise please.
Can you please help me in this task.
Use the verb without ‘to’ and without ‘ing’ and don’t say ‘you’.
Don’t run in the rooms.
Help your parents and elders at home.
We say… We don’t say…
Help your parents and elders at home. (NOT You help your parents and elders at home.)
Don’t run in the rooms. (NOT Don’t to running in the rooms.)