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:
savoir en
(tu) sache
(nous) sachons
(vous) sachez
vouloir en
(tu) veuille
(nous) veuillons
(vous) veuillez
Note that in the imperative, vouloir (to want) is generally only used for the VOUS form.
Veuillez me suivre s’il vous plaît. Follow me, please.

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