Is it possible to make a passive imperative?<br /><br />"Be loved?"<br />"Be considered good"<br /><br />I've never learned these forms, and I'm just wondering if it is possible to make them literally. I know you can sort of circumvent it by saying "Be loveable", but is there an imperative of the passive voice?<br /><br />I can see how you might be able to make a negative imperative<br /><br />i.e. <br />Noli amari (Do not be loved) <br />Noli duci te bonum esse. (Do not be considered good).
flebile nescio quid queritur lyra, flebile lingua murmurat exanimis, respondent flebile ripae