Imperative Mood (definition)

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  • For information on the formation of the Imperative Mood in Gaelic see Imperatives

The imperative mood is used to express a command. For example "go!"'. Usually they have an implied 2nd person singular implied subject, although we also find first person imperatives in English using let. "Let us go now!".

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