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1. It is imperative that politicians should be good communicators.
2. In business, a prompt reply is imperative.
3. It is imperative that we make a quick decision.
4. It is absolutely imperative that we finish by next week.
5. It remains imperative that all sides should be involved in the talks.
6. It is imperative for your recovery to continue the treatment for at least two months.
7. It was imperative that he act as naturally as possible.
8. 'Go!' is in the imperative mood.
9. 'Go away!' is an imperative.
10. Survival is our first imperative.
11. We consider it absolutely imperative to start work immediately.
12. The imperative mood is a kind of grammatical phenomenon.
13. Job creation has become an imperative for the government.
14. He always speaks in an imperative tone of voice.
15. In 'Go away!' the verb is in the imperative.
16. It is imperative for us to remain on good terms.
17. The collapse of the wall made it imperative to keep the water out by some other means.
18. A broad and balanced education is an imperative for raising standards.
19. It is imperative that every one of us remould his world outlook.
20. It is imperative to meet face to face with the client.
21. The most important political imperative is to limit the number of US casualties.
22. Sharing food is the most important moral imperative in Semai society.
23. 'Go!' is an imperative.
24. In Keynes's view[sentencedict.com], the great imperative was public works.
25. The imperative was to raise dividends.
26. It is even more imperative to keep good records.
27. But it is also a moral imperative.
28. Getting the unemployed back to work, said the minister, is a moral imperative.
29. There are three kinds of mood in English: the indicative mood, the imperative mood and the subjunctive mood.
30. In the phrase 'Leave him alone!', the verb 'leave' is an imperative/is in the imperative.
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