Irish Imperative

Here are examples for the imperative in Irish. This includes expressions of making requests, giving orders or simply asking someone to do something.

Go!: Rach!
Stop!: Stad!
Don't Go!: Na rach!
Stay!: Fuirich!
Leave!: Falbh!
Come here!: Thig an-seo!
Go there!: Rach an-siud!
Enter (the room)!: Thig a-steach!
Speak!: Abair!
Be quiet!: Bi sàmhach!
Turn right: Tionndaich gu taobh ceart
Turn left: Tionndaich gu taobh clì
Go straight: Rach dìreach
Wait!: Feith!
Let's go!: Tiugainn!
Be careful!: Bi cùramach!
Sit down!: Suidh sìos!
Let me show you!: Leig mi gad shealladh!
Listen!: Èist!
Write it down!: Sgrìobh e!

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