Ilokano Verb - Imperative Mood

Imperative Mood

The imperative mood of the verb is used for giving commands or making requests. The difference between the infinitive use and the imperative use of the neutral form is that the imperative form is accompanied by a personal pronoun.

Examples:

Manganka Eat. (Second Person Singular) Idissoyo ditoy Put it down here. (Second Person Plural) Aginanata bassit Let's rest a while. (First Person Dual)

Imperative verbs do not inflect for aspect. Thus, they are not required to "agree" with the verb of the principle clause of the sentence when they occur in subordinate clauses.

Imbaga ni nanang a manganka Mother told you to eat.

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