I was not able to understand which verb is used in this sentence for the imperative?
Freeform Writing Exercise C1
The expression -
The verb 'veiller' on its own can have several meanings as outlined by Maarten and Jim.
Bonne Continuation !
Not sure if you mean the verb ‘veiller’, as ‘veillez’ is the present 3rd person formal and plural imperative, as well as the present tense 3rd person formal and plural plural conjugation.
There are many good online conjugators that you can check, and many of the free online dictionaries have ready access to full conjugation tables (with the advantage of word definitions and examples, of course) -
Larousse, Robert and, as below, wordreference :
Agree with Maarten -- I looked at veiller also (to keep vigil or stay awake)
The second-person plural subjunctive is veilliez so that is the closest I can find to your query.
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