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Imperative Sentences | Examples and Definitions

An imperative sentence is a type of sentence that gives instructions or advice, and expresses a command, an order, a direction, or a request. It is also known as a jussive or a directive. Depending upon its delivery, an imperative sentence may end with an exclamation mark. Imperative sentences usually end with a period but can occasionally end with an exclamation point. These sentences are sometimes referred to as directives.Imperative sentences are one of the four sentence types (declarative, interrogative, imperative, exclamative). 

An imperative sentence is a type of sentence that gives instructions or advice, and expresses a command, an order, a direction, or a request. It is also known as a jussive or a directive. Depending upon its delivery, an imperative sentence may end with an exclamation mark. Imperative sentences usually end with a period but can occasionally end with an exclamation point. These sentences are sometimes referred to as directives. Imperative sentences are one of the four sentence types (declarative, interrogative, imperative, exclamative).

Examples of Imperative Sentences

An imperative sentence is a type of sentence that gives instructions or advice, and expresses a command, an order, a direction, or a request. It is also known as a jussive or a directive. Depending upon its delivery, an imperative sentence may end with an exclamation mark. Imperative sentences usually end with a period but can occasionally end with an exclamation point. These sentences are sometimes referred to as directives.Imperative sentences are one of the four sentence types (declarative, interrogative, imperative, exclamative). 

Accept it یہ مان لو
Borrow this یہ ادھار لے لو
Blow it اسے پھونک مارو
Comb your hair کنگھی کرو
Cut it اسے کاٹو
Drive it اسے چلاؤ
Fill it اسے بھرو
Fit that اسے موزوں بنا دو
Go there وہاں جاؤ
Look there وہاں دیکھو
Ask him اس سے پوچھو
Bring it اسے لاؤ
Change it اسے تبدیل کرو
Cough کھانسو
Draw it اسے کھینچو
Explain it اسکی وضاحت کرو
Finish it یہ ختم کرو
Forget it اسے بھول جاؤ
Hear it یہ سنو
Make it اسے بناؤ
Mind it یاد رکھو
Pay it یہ ادا کرو
Reply me مجھے جواب دو
Sell it یہ بیچو
Sit here یہاں بیٹھو
Spell it اسکے ہجے کرو
Study it یہ پڑھو
Talk to me مجھ سے بات کرو
Translate it اسکا ترجمہ کر دو
Turn on the button بٹن آن کر دو
Use it یہ استعمال کرو
Close it اسے بند کر دو
Put it اسے رکھ دو
Say it یہ کہو
Sign here یہاں دستخط کرو
Smoke outside سگریٹ نوشی باہر کرو
Stand here یہاں کھڑے ہو جاؤ
Swim here یہاں تیرو
Tell me مجھے بتاؤ
Try again دوبارہ کوشش کرو
Type here یہاں درج کرو
Wake up early جلدی اٹھو
Ok. Work چلو کام کرو
Decide it فیصلہ کرو
Wash it اسے دھوؤ
Catch it اسے پکڑو
Write here وہاں انتظار کرو
Boil it اسکو ابالو
Brush your teeth اپنے دانت صاف کرو
Miss him اسے یاد کرو
Allow me مجھے اجازت دو
Break it اسے توڑو
Cancel it یہ ترک کرو
Complain him اسے شکایت کرو
Dance ناچو
Eat it اسے کھاؤ
Find it اسے تلاش کرو
Fly it اسے اڑاؤ
Hire it اسے کرائے پر لے لو
Lose it اسے ڈھیلا کرو
Believe it یقین کرو
Buy it اسے خریدو
Clean it اسے صاف کرو
Count it اسے گنو
Drink it اسے پیو
Fall it اسے گرا دو
Fit that اسے موزوں بنا دو
Give it یہ دے دو
Live here ادھر رہو
Do it اسے کرو
Open it اسے کھیلو
Play there وہاں کھیلو
Run there وہاں دوڑو
Send it اسے بھیجو
Sleep now اب سو جاؤ
Spend it اسے خرچ کرو
Teach him اسے پڑھاؤ
Wait there وہاں انتظار کرو
Organize it اسے ترتیب دو
Read it اسے پڑھو
See it اسے دیکھو
Sing song گانا گاؤ
Speak loudly اونچا بولو
Start it شروع کرو
Take this یہ لے لو
Think about it اس کے بارے میں سوچو
Turn back واپس مڑو
Understand it اسےسمجھو
Watch it اسے دیکھو
Choose it انتخاب کرو
Be happy خوش رہو
Keep it یہ رکھو
Hey! Listen سنو
Hurt me مجھے مارو
Walk there وہاں چلو
Ring the bell گھنٹی بجاؤ

An imperative sentence is a type of sentence that gives instructions or advice, and expresses a command, an order, a direction, or a request. It is also known as a jussive or a directive. Depending upon its delivery, an imperative sentence may end with an exclamation mark. Imperative sentences usually end with a period but can occasionally end with an exclamation point. These sentences are sometimes referred to as directives.Imperative sentences are one of the four sentence types (declarative, interrogative, imperative, exclamative). ente

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