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imperative

  1. Imperative Forms

    Language Imperative Forms

    Giving orders The meireikei conjugation is the basic imperative and placed at the end of the sentence as the main verb. Use of this form should be avoided since it is often extremely insulting. 手を挙げろ! Te wo age ro! Put your hands up! お金をくれ! O-kane wo kure! Give me your money! こっちへ来い! Kochi-e...
  2. Meireikei

    Language Meireikei

    The meireikei (命令形) is used as an imperative and placed at the end of the sentence as the main verb. The use of this form should be avoided since it is often quite offensive and insulting. 手を挙げろ! Te wo age ro! Put your hands up! お金をくれ! O-kane wo kure! Give me your money! こっちへ来い! Kocchi e koi...
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