Imperative is simply formed from the present tense stem as follows:subjunctive mood
- Verbs having stem finished by only one consonant have imperative endings -! (you singular), -me! (we plural), -te! (you plural).
Ending consonants -d, -t, -n, -l are softened to -dj, -tj, -nj, -lj.
dělaj-eš, dělaj! = do! (you singular)
znaj-eš, znajme! = let us know!
pluj-eš, plujme! = let us swim!
prodaj-eš, prodaj! = sell! (you singular)
piš-eš, pišme! = let us write!
hoč-eš, hočte! = want! (you plural or polite)
govor-iš, govorte! = speak! (you plural or polite)
plat-iš, platj! = pay! (you singular)
let-iš, letjme! = let us fly!
vid-iš, vidjte! = see! (you plural or polite)
var-iš, var! = boil!, cook! (you singular)
- All other verbs having present stem finished by two or more consonants have imperative endings -i! (you singular), -ime! (we plural), -ite! (you plural)
This means, that vowel -i- is added between the present verb stem and imperative endings.
sp-iš, spi! = sleap! (you singular)
gybn-eš, gybni! = die! (you singular)
Subjunctive mood is used to express various states of unreality such as wish, emotion,
possibility, judgment, opinion, necessity, or action that has not yet
In Neoslavonic, subjunctive mood is made from any sentence in the standard (e.g. indicative mood) introduced by the particle da (let, let is, may, ...)
Da imajete dobre vreme! = May You have a good weather!
Da žije kral! = Vivat the king! Let the king lives!