I found these poor guys tossed at the end of the section on imperative mood, but they could all work well for your conversational Latin, so have a look:
All three phrases [cūrā ut; fac / fac ut; velim] make use of the subjunctive mood in a clause, much like the clauses of purpose I’ve been discussing of late.
- Make sure you’re at Rome: cūrā ut Rōmae sīs
- Makes sure that you take care of your health: fac ut valētūdinem cūrēs.
- Be (Remain) at home: facite adsītīs domī.
- I wish that you would send it to me: eum mihi velim mittās.
These are all great ‘polite imperative’ alternatives to the rather clumsy ‘amābō tē‘ that we’re likely more familiar with.
The Essential AG: 449