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I'm wondering if there is a specific word that refers to a "tone of command." I'm putting it in double quotations because in my native language (Korean) we have a specific word called "myung-nyung-jo" (for some reason the website won't let me write Korean) which literally translates to "commanding tone" but I can't think of anything in English.

I initially thought that it may be related to causative verbs, but that doesn't seem accurate as well. For example:

  1. Could you find my glasses for me?
  2. Find my glasses for me.

The second sentence would be the type of sentence I'm interested in. Thanks.

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The second sentence is in the imperative mood.

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