Imperative sentences are formed by means of notion zi /let/:
Zi re me um. /Go to the house./
This sentence could be literally translated as "let going to the house be".
If it is necessary to specify the agent the possession relation is used:
Zi re anx, re me um. /Let father go to the house./
literally: /Let father's going to the house be./
The famous phrase "Let there be light" sounds in Yvle like this:
Zi iae. /Let there be light./
Word iae means "light".
Expression zi we /do not/ or notion ziw /don't/ are used to express the negative imperative:
Zi we re me um. /Do not go to the house./
Ziw re me um. /Don't go to the house./
Zi we uz nu non. /Do not do this./
Ziw uz nu non. /Don't do this./