What are imperative verbs?
Imperative verbs (or imperative mood) is a grammatical mood that states a command or a request and also includes giving or denying permissions and suggestions.
Most action verbs can be used in the imperative form such as stop, go, leave, stay, or jump.
- Go to his office. (command)
- Do not leave your place. (denying permissions)
- Have a seat (suggestions or invitations)
Imperative mood also implies "you" as the subject of the sentence.
A more detailed explanation can be found here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imperative_mood