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    Be clear

    I saw the NHS leaflet with the following:
    Be clear on Cancer.Please explain to me the use of "be" and the whole sentence in terms of parts of speech(subject, mood, person, etc.) . I always get confused between subjunctive and imperative sentences.

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    Re: Be clear

    I have asked the OP multiple times to use a larger font when posting. So far, that request has been ignored. For now, I am closing this thread. When Jigneshbharati responds to my recent post to show that he/she understands and plans to use a larger font, I will reopen this thread.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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