The imperative expresses commands, orders or requests.
The simple imperative is formed with the bare verbal root without any suffix.
The command is to be carried out right away, and is so very impolite. The use of this form is to be avoided.
Bu yerga kel!
The standard polite form makes use of the suffix -ING; if there are several addressees the plural form -INGLAR is used.
Help yourself! (eating)
Come again visit us!
The polite forms -INGIZ (plural -INGIZLAR) are very formal, and mostly used in written form.
The form with the suffix -GAYSIZ is extremely polite and formal.
Please don't lean on it.
Mustaqillik bayramingiz bilan tabriklashga ijozat bergaysiz.
Please let me congratulate you for the Independence Day.
Use of suffix -GIN (-KIN, -QIN) conveys more familiarity without being rude.
Choynakdagi suvni to'kkin!
Pour the water out of the teapot!
Bu yerda turgin!
A strong imperative is formed with the conditional plus -CHI, and expresses abrupt orders or commands.
And in some cases, the construction is built from the imperative plus -CHI.
Eat! Why don't you eat?
Why don't you take a look?
Come on, write!
Using the indicative present-future may also implies an imperative meaning, implying that the command will be naturally carried out.
Qani, yozamiz, bolalar.
Come on, kids, now we are writing.
Mehmonlarga qo'liga suv quyasan, joy-joyiga o'tqazib, avval choy berasan.
You will pour water so that the guests will wash their hands, you will install everything, and before that you will give them some tea.