Have you noticed that sometimes a sentences (like the subject line) doesn’t actually start with a subject?
The reason is that the speaker or narrator is talking to you. The pronoun you is the subject. If the speaker directs you to do something (Look at that! – Click here and save!), they omit the subject, and it is your job to understand that they are directing the command at you.
- Usually, commands like these appear with the verb at the beginning of the sentence.
- Don’t use the past tense.
- The pronoun you is always the subject when there are no other subjects, so conjugate the verb accordingly.
(You) Have a nice day!