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Usted Commands

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Hyewon Jung

on 14 April 2013

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Transcript of Usted Commands

Usted(es) Mandatos -Affirmativos y Negativos
-Irregulares
-Car, gar, zar
-Pronoun placement
-Accent placement Ud. y Uds. Affirmativos y Negativos 1) take an infinitive and change it to a yo form
-bailar bailo Usted Commands and Pronoun Placement 2) drop the "o" and add the following ending.
-ar= e (ud.) -er/ir= a (ud.)
en (uds.) an (uds.)
bailo baile o bailen Pronoun Placement Accent Placement -Car, -Gar, -Zar Verbs Affirmative Commands - pronoun attached at end of verb Negative Commands - pronoun in front of the verb, not attached Irregulares -Verbs ending in -car, -gar, and -zar have a spelling change to preserve pronunciation ****Remember, it's the same conjugation for affirmative or negative command! empezar---> empiece tocar --> toque llegar --> llegue zar-->ce/cen gar--> gue/guen car--> que/quen Eat it Cómalo Don't touch it No lo toque If command ends in -s,-n, or vowel, the emphasis is on the second to last syllable (of the command without pronouns attached)
To keep the emphasis on the correct syllable, accents must be used when pronouns are attached at the end of a word
When 'u' and 'i' fight, 'i' win
a, e, and o are the strong vowels. u and i are weak Sing --> Cante Emphasis on first 'a' --> Sing it --> Cántela Accent mark to keep emphasis on first 'a.' Otherwise it would be on the 'e.' Ud. + & - Uds. + & -
*Dar= dé *den
*Estar= esté *estén
*Ir= vaya *vayan
*Saber= sepa *sepan
*Ser= sea *sean Afirmativos y Negativos Prueba Give the affirmative usted command for comer Coma coma How To Remember!
(The wheels on the bus)

"The verbs of usted go dé, esté, vaya
dé, esté, vaya
dé, esté, vaya
the verbs of usted go dé, esté, vaya
sepa, sea

The verbs of ustedes go den, estén, vayan
den, estén, vayan
den, estén, vayan
the verbs of ustedes go den, estén, vayan, sepan, sean. Give the negative ustedes command for marcar Marquen Name the irregular usted commands Translate "Run it" (usted and masculine) Córralo Translate "Give it to her" (ustedes and feminine) Translate "Don't take it" (Usted and masculine) Things to go over dé, esté, vaya, sepa, sea Dénsela No lo tome Pronoun order - R.I.D. = Reflexive, Indirect, then Direct
If two pronouns that both start with 'L' are next to each other, the first one becomes 'se' No marquen
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