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Four verbs, - dícó, dúcó, fació, feró, - with their compounds, drop the vowel-termination of the Imperative, making díc, dúc, fac, fer; but compounds in -fició retain it, as, cónfice.

NOTE: The imperative forms díce, dúce, face (never fere), occur in early Latin.

a. For the imperative of sció, the future form scító is always used in the singular, and scítóte usually in the plural.