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Copy of Tu/Ud./Uds. commands in Spanish.

Commands in Spanish.
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Alyssa House

on 26 March 2013

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Transcript of Copy of Tu/Ud./Uds. commands in Spanish.

Spanish Commands(Tú/ Usted/Ustedes)

Telling someone what to do. Tú Commands You take the "el/ella/usted" form of the verb.

Example: BAILAR would become 1)You put the verb in the YO form
2) You take off the "-o"
3) You add the OPPOSITE opposite tú ending onto the end.
POR EJEMPLO:
-ar verbs get the -es ending
-er and -ir verbs get the -as ending
**Make sure you put no in front of the verb to indicate you are using a negative command.
Example: trepar would
become
Positive Irregulars:

decir-di
hacer-haz
ver-ve
poner-pon
salir-sal
ser-se
tener-ten
venir-ven Positive

The positive form of the Usted Command is formed by the
Yo form minus the "-o"
PLUS the opposite of the el/ella/ud. form.
-ar verbs get -e
-er/-ir verbs get -a

Example: bailar would become Usted Commands
Negative

The negative form is also formed by using the yo form, minus the "-o" PLUS opposite -a/-e, same as affirmative.
Make sure to add no in front of the verb to indicate that you are using a negative command

Example: bailar would become Irregulars Negative Irregulars dar- No des
estar- No estes
ir- No vayas
saber-No sepas
ser-No seas Irregulars dar-de
estar-este
ir-vaya
saber-sepa
ser-sea
Negative

The negative form is also formed
by using the yo form, minus the -o and adding the opposite -an/-en. Make sure to add no in front of the verb to indicate that you are using a negative command.

Example: Bailar would become Ustedes Positive

The positive form of the Ustedes Command is formed by forming the Yo form, taking off the -o, and adding the opposite ellos/ellas/ustedes ending
-ar gets -en
-er/-ir gets -an

Example: bailar would become Irregulars dar-den
estar-esten
ir-vayan
saber-sepan
ser-sean Reflexive Commands Tú Form:

1.) Take the el/ella/usted form of
the verb and attach "te" at the end
of it.
2.) Add an accent on the second to
last syllable of the original verb.

Examples: duchar-
levantar- Usted Form:

1.) Take the el/ella/usted form of
the verb and attach "se" at the end
of it.
2.) Add an accent on the second to
last syllable of the original verb.

Examples: duchar-
levantar- Positive Negative Ustedes

1.) Take the ellos/ellas/ustedes form of
the verb and attach "se" at the end
of it.
2.) Add an accent on the second to
last syllable of the original verb.

Examples: duchar-
levantar- ¡dúchense! ¡levántense! ¡dúchese! ¡levántese! ¡dúchate! ¡levántate! ¡baila! ¡no bailes! ¡baile! ¡no baile! ¡bailen! ¡no bailen!
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