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Can I change the following sentence. I had to study and keep reviewing to succeed. to-----You must study and keep reviewing to succeed. Will this be an imperative sentence now?

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  1. An imperative sentence is a command.

    Clean your room!
    Please, pass the noodles.
    Take your seats, and open your texts to page 93.

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