Los Mandatos Informales
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Review of positive
commands…
n
Do you remember how to form positive,
informal commands (telling someone
what to do)?
– Start with the “tú” form of the verb
– Drop the ‘-s’ off of the ending
Irregular commands
n
The 7 irregular positive commands are:
n Hacer (haz)
n Ir (ve)
n Poner (pon)
n Salir (sal)
n Ser (sé)
n Tener (ten)
n Venir (ven)
¿Cómo se dice…?
n
Eat healthy food.
– Come comida sana.
n
Play soccer every day.
– Juega al fútbol todos los días.
n
Put the fork on the table.
– Pon el tenedor en la mesa.
n
Do your homework.
– Haz la tarea.
NEW STUFF!!!!
NEGATIVE COMMANDS
To tell someone what NOT to do, you
should use negative, informal
commands
Rule for formation:
No = Yo – O
Do not forget what you owe!
Rules for formation:
For AR verbs:
– Start with the ‘yo’ form
– Drop the final ‘o’ from the conjugated verb
– Add an ‘es’ to the verb.
For example: “COMPRAR”
– Compro
–
compr
–
no compres
For ER and IR verbs:
•Same process, but add an ‘as’ to
the verb.
“CORRER”
– CORRO
–
CORR
–
NO CORRAS
“SALIR”
– SALGO
–
SALG
–
NO SALGAS
IRREGULARS!!
There are only 3 verbs that are irregular
as negative commands:
– Dar (to give)  no des
– Ir (to go)  no vayas
– Ser (to be)  no seas
PRACTICE!!!
Don’t eat a lot of fat.
– No comas mucha grasa.
Don’t sleep late.
– No duermas tarde.
Don’t smoke.
– No fumes.
Don’t go to the party.
– No vayas a la fiesta.
Object and reflexive
pronouns with negative
commands
Pronouns can be attached to positive
commands:
Levántate y búscalo. (Get up and look for it.)
But, Pronouns must be in front of a negative
command:
No te levantes y no lo compres. (Don´t get
up and don´t buy it.)
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Los Mandatos Informales