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DEFINITION: The basic definition is that these types of sentences are used when we're feeling sort of bossish and want to give a directive, strong suggestion or order. In short, an Imperative is simply telling someone they must do something. The sole exception is sentences using 'let's': "Let's go to a movie."
EXAMPLE: Let's eat lunch. Use this hankerchief. Don't drive fast!
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