Are instructions and procedures considered as imperative sentences?
It depends on how they are phrased, but they can be.
Re: imperative sentence
I agree with tdol.
Originally Posted by vladz
Here are a few examples:
Turn the dial. (Imperative)
Follow the instructions. (Imperative)
If the subject is implied "You" and the verb doesn't have tense, then the sentence is imperative:
(You) turn the dial.
(You) follow the instructions.
Commands are also in the imperative:
Close the window. (Imperative)
(You) close the window.
All the best, :D
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