Some argue that using the future form as imperative is wrong, but I personally don't think so. I view it as a way to express imperative more 'politely' or 'softly'. Also, I think that there are verbs that simply sound 'better' (to my taste at least) in the future form rather than in the imperative. Moreover, examples of future used as imperative can be found even in the Bible.JLanguage said:1. Is there any difference between them?
2. Are both considered correct?
I know that imperative is not used so much colloquially nowadays, but what about in writing?
But I don't think anyone ever uses the imperatives from ראה (to see, look):As said above, the future is generally "a way to express imperative more 'politely' or 'softly'".
So imperative is more formal and/or authoritative, generally.