The verbs savoir and vouloir in the imperative in French
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The verbs savoir and vouloir in the imperative
The imperative is the present tense without a subject. It’s used in the TU, NOUS, and VOUS forms. Here’s how the verbs savoir (to know) and vouloir (to want) are conjugated:
Veuillez me suivre s’il vous plaît. Follow me, please.
Note that in the imperative, vouloir (to want) is generally only used for the VOUS form.
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