I seem to have been vague with the grammatical term "imperatve".
First, what is the difference between second person imperative and third person one?
In this quotated sentence, I guess it is prohibition. And I thought prohibiting sentence was included in imperative.
I remember it was written that future sentence can be meant as imperative.
And in the imperative sentence using the future tense there are two, second person and third person.
Do you use "ne" for both persons, for prohibition?
I feel it is somehow strange to use "ne" in the third person sentence.
Because I feel "ne" is used when the speaker is addressing the hearer directly, but when you give order to a third person you don't address the person directly.
So I guess, when it is third person, "non" would be appropreate instead of "ne".
And I want to know if you use "non" or "ne" in future imperative second person.