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We use imperative clauses when we want to tell someone to do something (most commonly for advice, suggestions, requests, commands, orders or instructions).
Open your book. Don’t tell anyone that I was here.
Turn left and then turn right. Have a piece of cake. It’s delicious!
Don’t sit down on that bench. It’s still wet. Mix flour and eggs.
Don't honk here! Tidy your room immediately!