English Grammar Subject Predicate Subject in Imperative sentences

Subject in Imperative sentences

The sentences through which we give some commands, orders, or requests are called imperative sentences. In such sentences, the Subject is understood and hence not mentioned.

For example

  • Enjoy some fresh fruits.

In this example, the speaker is asking the person standing in front to “take some fresh fruits”. It is obvious that the Subject is the person standing in front of the speaker and hence it is not mentioned. So here “you” is the Subject.

  • Shut the door

Subject: you


  • Don’t disturb me.

Subject: you

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