The Imperative form is used when commanding or ordering to do something. Most regular verbs follow the pattern
Root + ë
Common irregular verbs that don’t follow this pattern are to go, to come
Note that the above forms are somewhat impolite.
A more socially acceptable way is using the form
oňňë + root + ámo
aŋŋgóttë oňňë pókámo?
Could you please go there?
This is quite like asking a favor, which I have described in another section. In a strict sense this is not an imperative form.