What is an imperative sentence? I forget.
Imperative is a command. The subject of every imperative sentence is "you" (understood). You're telling someone to do something, so they are the subject. Example:
Shut the door! Turn off the faucet. Tie your shoes.
Sentences that pose a question and end in a question mark are called interrogative sentences.
So the four types of sentences are:
Declarative Exclamatory Interrogative Imperative
(This is why I'm the editor)
There are three types of sentences, usually delimited by punctuation.
1) Declarative, statement of fact or opinion, ends with a period. 2) Exclamatory shows emphasis or command, ends with an exclamation point. 3) Imperative, which gives a command 4) Interrogative, which asks a question
(correcting my mistake since I got it wrong).
I only knew that as I learned Spanish. Learning a differant language gives you a real appreciation of your own language and a much better understanding of it.
Imperative verbs in spanish:
-ar verbs -er/ir verbs - emos - amos a - e - e en a an
Clean your room!
that is an imparative sentence they are commands usually with the subjest as (you)
yeah, all of these people are right, I would know. my teacher drills us with this kind of stuff
the imperative sentence gives a command!!!