The imperative mood in English is generally used to give an order , to prompt someone to do something, to give a warning or to give instructions. 2 days ago · The pronouns tu, Lei (the formal way of saying you) and voi all have their own forms of the imperative, although you don’t actually use these pronouns when giving orders and instructions

  1. It is in the indicative mood
  2. e
  3. Imperative mood can be denoted by the glossing abbreviation IMP
  4. The Imperative Process