Commands
Commands in English
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Regular affirmative tú commands
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Irregular Ud. & Uds. commands
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Irregular affirmative tú commands
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Negative Ud. & Uds. commands
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Regular Ud. & Uds. commands
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Negative tú commands
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Regular affirmative tú commands
The regular affirmative tú commands are formed
by conjugating the verb in the third person
singular in the present tense.
comer
vivir
volar
dormir
mirar
come
vive
vuela
duerme
mira
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eat
live
fly
sleep
look
Place the object pronouns and reflexive
pronouns after affirmative commands:
comerlos
leerlo
cómelos
léelo
eat them
read it
hablarle
háblale
speak to him
duérmete
míranos
fall asleep
look at us
dormirse
mirarnos
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Now form the affirmative tú
commands
for
the
following
infinitives. Remember that if the
verb is followed by a pronoun you
need to place it appropriately.
hablar
habla
speak
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comer
¡Come!
Eat!
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beber
¡Bebe!
Drink!
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escribirla
¡Escríbela!
Write it!
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mirarlas
¡Míralas!
Look at them!
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terminarlos
¡Termínalos!
Finish them!
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comprarla
¡Cómprala!
Buy them!
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nadar
¡Nada!
Swim!
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cantarla
¡Cántala!
Sing it!
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volver
¡Vuelve!
Return!
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leerlos
¡Léelos!
Read them!
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pensar
¡Piensa!
Think!
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creerme
¡Créeme!
Believe me!
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tomarlo
¡Tómalo!
Take it!
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cruzarla
¡Crúzala!
Cross it!
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Now translate the affirmative tú
commands into Spanish. Remember
that object pronouns and reflexive
pronouns
are
placed
after
affirmative commands.
Speak!
¡Habla!
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Eat
¡Come!
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Read!
¡Lee!
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Walk!
¡Camina!
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Think!
¡Piensa!
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Live!
¡Vive!
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Sing to us!
¡Cántanos!
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Take a picture!
¡Saca una foto!
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Read to them (fem.)!
¡Léeles!
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Study!
¡Estudia!
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Wash it (fem, sing.)!
¡Lávala!
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Listen to me!
¡Escúchame!
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Return the pants!
¡Devuelve los
pantalones!
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Irregular affirmative tú commands
There are eight irregular tú commands that you
have to memorize:
decir
hacer
ir
poner
di
haz
ve
pon
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tell, say
do, make
go
put
Irregular affirmative tú commands
There are eight irregular tú commands that you
have to memorize:
salir
ser
tener
venir
sal
sé
ten
ven
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leave
be
have
come
Irregular affirmative tú commands
The direct object pronouns, indirect object
pronouns and reflexive pronouns must be placed
after the affirmative commands
Tell us the truth!
Put on the hat!
Do it now!
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¡ Dinos la verdad!
¡ Ponte la gorra!
¡ Hazlo ahora!
Give the affirmative tú
command for the infinitives:
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ser
¡Sé!
Be!
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ir
¡Ve!
Go!
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hacer
¡Haz!
Do!, Make!
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ir
¡Ve!
Go!
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poner
¡Pon!
Put!
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salir
¡Sal!
Leave!
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ser
¡Sé!
Be!
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venir
¡Ven!
Come!
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tener
¡Ten!
Have!
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decir
¡Di!
Say!, Tell!
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ser
¡Sé!
Be!
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hacer
¡Haz!
Do!, Make!
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Now translate the affirmative tú
commands into Spanish. Remember
that object pronouns and reflexive
pronouns
are
placed
after
affirmative commands.
Be!
¡Sé!
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Have!
¡Ten!
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Put it on (m.)!
¡Ponlo!
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Do the homework
¡Haz la tarea!
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Be
¡Sé!
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Come
¡Ven!
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Have
¡Ten!
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Go!
¡Ve!
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Go
¡Ve!
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Leave!
¡Sal!
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Put
¡Pon!
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Tell me!
¡Dime!
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Put the book on the floor!
¡Pon el libro en el
suelo!
¡Ponlo en el suelo!
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