Eat up. Kaon Kaon, palihug Please eat up.
Drink up. Inom. Inom, palihug Please drink up.
Sit down. Lingkod. Lingkod, palihug Please sit down.
Stand up. Tindog. Tindog, palihug Please stand up.
Lets study each column found in Set 1. The first column is a list of common English verbs, the second column is the imperative form in Cebuano. In the third column, the word 'palihug' is added to each verb to make it more polite. The word 'palihug' just like in English, can be placed at either before the verb or after the verb.
Eat vegetables. Kaon ug gulay/utan.
Drink milk. Inom ug gatas.
Sit on the chair. Lingkod sa siya.
If you notice in the set of sentences above, there are words added to the verb. In the first sentence, kaon ug gulay/utan, the italicized part of the sentence is what you call the object of the verb. The same is true in the second sentence, but on the third sentence: Sit on the chair, lingkod sa siya, the italicized part of the sentence is the adverb of place.