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Imperative Verbs

Imperative verbs are verbs which make a command or request.  These verbs usually do not have a stated subject, but the subject (you) is understood. 

Imperative Verbs:
Verbs that make a command or request.

The Imperative verbs are highlighted in the following sentences.

Stop!




Throw the ball at the window.







Click on the imperative Verbs in the following sentences.
Stop!
Throw
the ball
at the window
(you)
(you)


Hint: Be careful not to confuse helping verbs with passive verbs and "to be" verbs.  They all use forms of the verb "be"
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