What is subject in the following sentence:
Shut the door
Asked by ashishmaskara | 27th Jul, 2017, 06:22: PM
"Shut the door" is an imperative sentence. Imperative sentences are those that refer to an advice, command, requests or suggestions. So, here, by default the subject is always 'YOU'.
(You) Shut the door.
Other examples can be:
(You) Please put the dishes away.
(You) Be there at 12.
(You) Help a person in need.
Answered by Athira | 8th Aug, 2017, 11:45: AM
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