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    Cool Question in imperative

    hello,
    Can we ask question in imperatives???I m not talking about question tags.I m asking about Interrogative as per my knowledge is concerned there r Affirmative and Negative sentences in IMPERATIVES but Interrogative and Interronegative don't exist in IMPERATIVE sentences so i wanna ask ........

    There is no TAX in giving reply so plz do reply.

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    Re: Question in imperative

    'Open the door?'

    I cannot imagine a command as a question. It could be a rhetorical question, I suppose, such as:

    'Would you open the door?'

    Yes, I think that would qualify as both interrogative and imperative.


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    Re: Question in imperative

    Thanks Mister Micawber for ur reply.

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