Moods - Latin Grammar
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Latin Moods: Indicative, Imperative, and Subjunctive.
Direct Commands and Prohibitions
According to (www.southwestern.edu/~carlg/Latin_Web/dircommands.html) "Direct commands are expressed by the imperative...mood of the verb. In English, the verb in the imperative is the same as the dictionary form of the verb. There are two types of commands in English and in Latin...." Unfortunately, that page is not available any longer, so here is a textbook page on the subject.
Expressing exhortations and commands.
Eleven uses, from Allen & Greenough.