Imperative in Danish 2

Phrases in (Imperative 2)

To learn Imperative in Danish, you can follow these steps:

  1. Learn the basics of Danish grammar: Before learning Imperative in Danish, it is essential to have a good understanding of the Danish language’s grammar. This includes learning about verb conjugations, sentence structure, and other essential grammatical concepts.
  2. Study Imperative verb forms: The Imperative in Danish is formed by using the base form of the verb without any personal pronouns. For example, the Imperative form of the verb “to speak” is “tal,” which means “speak.”
Wash yourself!
Comb your hair!
Leave it!
Say it!
Buy it!
Never be dishonest!
Never be naughty!
Never be impolite!
Always be honest!
Always be nice!
Always be polite!
Hope you arrive home safely!
Take care of yourself!
Do visit us again soon!