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Spanish Ud./Uds. commands

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Sean Mulcahy

on 6 June 2011

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Transcript of Spanish Ud./Uds. commands

Usted & Ustedes Commands
By: Sean Mulcahy and Kyle van Veen
You use Ud. & Uds. commands when you want to respectfully tell someone to do somthing
For example, a teacher, boss, or someone you just met
To form an Ud. command there are a couple steps.
Form the Yo form of the verb
take off the "o" and add the opposite ending
(ar to e and er to a)
For example the ud. command form of limpiar is limpie
To make an Uds. command simply add an "n" to the end
Limpie Limpien
To make a command negative, put "no" in front of the verb. No limpien.
Afirmative pronouns
Attach the direct object pronoun to the end of the verb, and add an accent 3 sylabols back. D.O. pronouns are me, te, lo/la, nos, os, and los/las
Clean the house is limpiala
For example
Indirect object pronouns
Attach it to the end before the direct object and add an accent 4 sylabols back. I.D.O.'s are me, te, le, nos, vos, and les.
Bring the pen to me is traigamela
For example
You cant have two pronouns in a row that start with L. Traigalesla needs to be Traigasela.
Irregular verbs
Negative command forms
Instead of attaching the pronouns, put them in front of the verb
No me las traigan
Since you're not attaching the pronouns, adding an accent isn't nesseccary
[Car, Gar, & Zar's]
The "c" changes to a "qu".
Buscar is Busquen

The "g" ghanges to a "gu"
Llegar is llegue

The "z" changes to a "c"
Empezar is empiece
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