I have observed many sentences like
Do watch my all episodes
where do is used just before a verb. Is it correct to use do that way? In what types of sentences we can use this?
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It is correct to use "Do" in this fashion as an imperative. On its own, though, it tends to feel stiff. Where you will tend to encounter this is in a list of imperatives and it will be written this way to remain somewhat consistent.
- Do not watch Show X.
- Do not watch Show Y.
- Do not watch Movie A.
- Do not watch Movie B.
- Do watch Documentary E.
- Do watch Documentary F.