Using Italian imperative
If you want to give orders, then Italian imperative is the mood you are looking for.
Before I explain to you the rule of Italian imperative, read the recipe I wrote up some time ago. Imperative is precisely the tense used there.
How do we form Italian imperative?
In Italian we have two types of imperative – formal imperative and informal imperative.
1. Italian formal imperative
Italian formal imperative is used in formal contexts – when you do not know the person you are speaking to, or when the person is older.
It is formed in the following way:
2. Italian informal imperative
Italian formal imperative is used in informal contexts, that is to say, when we are speaking to a friend or to a young person.
You make it in the following way:
Now practise imperative in Italian with the following exercises. Enjoy!