Imperative Sentence

August 29, 2011 § 1 Comment


Imperative is a bossy man. He believes he knows what’s best for everyone else, due his wise old age and years of experience. He is not shy to tell you exactly what you should be doing and will often go as far as to command you to do it. He is married to Interrogative and they have two children, Ambiguous and Exclamatory. The Sentences  are a dramatic family with relationships worthy of soap operas. Imperative dresses in authoritative fashion and would seem an impenetrable fortress of statements, commands and instructions. However, what is not widely known, is that he has a secret compartment in his sock drawer which contains his extensive jellybean collection. He even has one licorice flavored bean with black markings on it that look like the silhouette of Elvis Presley.

 

1. A sentence that gives advice or instructions or that expresses a request or command.

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§ One Response to Imperative Sentence

  • This is great!! Love the slightly world weary but still full of it expression! Brillant–those imperatives never give up even when their fatigued!! Am looking forward to meeting the family!

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