Ænglisc / Old English - Lesson XIII - Grammar & Grammatical Cases IX (The Imperative Mood):
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Ƿesaþ ġē hāl!
Now we go over the last mood - the Imperative!
Put simply, the Imperative Mood is a verb form in which an order or command is being given (e.g "go there" or "stay here")
(ModE) Go there!
(OE) Gā Þǣr!
Why is this in the imperative? A command is being given. What is in the Imperative? Only verbs take the imperative, and Gā is the imperative, singular form of the verb gān (to go).
Summary: The Imperative is used for commands / orders!
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