Imperative verbs are verbs that create an imperative sentence (i.e. a sentence that gives an order or command). When reading an imperative sentence, it will always sound like the speaker is bossing someone around. Imperative verbs don’t leave room for questions or discussion, even if the sentence has a polite tone. Use the root form of the verb to create the imperative. Consider the examples below:
Clean your room!
Do your homework.
Take the dog for a walk, please.
Don’t touch that!
Do come to visit us whenever you’re in town.