How can I use a imperative sentence asking someone to perform an transitive action verb on somebody. e.g. I want my brother that he should wear shoes and make my dog also wear shoes. Is this correct to say ,

*Please wear your shoes and also make my dog wear shoes ?*
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    Why do you think it would be wrong? (For an imperative, however, you should drop the question mark. Also, they are commonly expressed more emphatically: Wear your shoes and also make my dog wear shoes!) – Jason Bassford Dec 25 '18 at 10:51

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