Is request an imperative?
Also asked, is should an imperative?
"Should" is just one of many helping (auxiliary) verbs. They are not able to be used with infinitives or imperative mood infinitive-form verbs. The second sentence is a suggestion and the third is definitely commanding, but neither is in the imperative mood.
One may also ask, how do you form an imperative sentence? The subject is always in the second person and is always the word “you”. In the imperative sentence examples used earlier the subject isn't written but is implied. Imperative Sentence Example: (You) pour me a glass of water. Imperative Sentence Example: (You) leave the package at the door.
Considering this, how can you tell if a sentence is imperative?
The first indication of an imperative sentence is its punctuation. Most of these sentences end with a period, and sometimes an exclamation mark. Just be careful, as imperative sentences aren't the only sentences that end with a period or exclamation mark (as you'll see below).
What is imperative sentence example?
The sentence which is used to convey a command, a request, or a forbiddance is called an imperative sentence. This type of sentence always takes the second person (you) for the subject but most of the time the subject remains hidden. Examples: Bring me a glass of water.