Imperative Verbs: Verbs of Request or Command
Imperative verbs are verbs which make a request or command. These verbs usually do not have a stated subject, but the subject (you), referring to the person (or people) being addressed, is understood.

Imperative Verbs:
Verbs that make a command or request.

The imperative verb is highlighted in the following sentences:
Throw the ball at the window!
Hint: Imperative Verbs usually do not have a stated subject. But the implied subject is the person who is commanded or requested to do something.

Click on the imperative verb in the following sentences.

...but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. - Rom.12:2

Go, for I will surely hand the Philistines over to you. - 2 Sam. 5:19

If someone forces you to go one mile, go with him two miles. - Matt. 5:41
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