Make imperative sentences. Use all forms of imperatives.
Don't leave me alone.
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First and third person imperative
There are several types of imperative sentences in English. The second person, the first person, the third person and the emphatic imperative sentences.
Second person imperative
Positive: Help me with the luggage, please.
Negative: Don't forget to give my regards to your sister.
First person imperative
Positive: Let me have a look at it. Let's relax a little bit.
Negative: Let's not worry about it. (Don't let's be worried about it.)
Third person imperative
Let him join us. Let it be. Let your friends come tomorrow.
The negative form in the third person is archaic and is not normally used in modern English.
Polite form: Do be reasonable. Do believe me.
Impolite form: You get out of my way. Don't you interrupt me.
Let's do it next week, shall we?
Pass me the salt, will you?