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As observed in the example, the combination of an imperative sentence and an expression of immediateness endow the order with a forceful meaning impact.
Two Light Verbs in the Same Sentence: Imperative Sentences
The data for declarative sentence, imperative sentence, wh--question, yes/no question, choice question, and compound/complex sentence then were examined for each caregiver across her assigned children to determine any patterns of use of the structures.
As reported earlier in this paper, fathers have been found to use imperative sentences ("wash your hands") more frequently than mothers.
The mode of the sentence in question could be classified into three types, namely: news sentences (declarative), interrogative sentence (interrogative), and imperative sentences (imperative).
A point of interest is that passives are used in Maanyan in imperative sentences.