An imperative verb gives a command. An imperative sentence, likewise, is a command in distinction from a declarative sentence which is a statement.

The subject of an imperative verb is rarely stated. It is an implied “you” e.g.

Go and get the mail.

(implied) – (you) go and get the mail.



Go here.



The imperative form is simply the prefix form with the prefix lopped off. See KHW chp. 18, this video or this chart.

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