Presentation on theme: "Los Mandatos Informales Español 2. Review of positive commands… n Do you remember how to form positive, informal commands (telling someone what to do)?"— Presentation transcript:
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)
How would you say… 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.
NEGATIVE COMMANDS n To tell someone what NOT to do, you should use negative, informal commands
Rules for formation: n For most AR verbs: –Start with the yo form –Drop the final o from the conjugated verb –Add an es to the verb. n For example: COMPRAR –Start with the yo form: compro –Drop the o: compr –Add an es: no compres
n SALIR –Start with yo form: SALGO –Drop the o: SALG –Add an as: NO SALGAS n CORRER –Start with yo form: CORRO –Drop the o: CORR –Add an as: NO CORRAS For most IR and ER verbs: Start with the yo formStart with the yo form Drop the final o from the conjugated verbDrop the final o from the conjugated verb Add an as to the verb.Add an as to the verb.
IRREGULARS!! n There are only 3 verbs that you have to know have irregular negative commands: –Dar (to give) no des –Ir (to go) no vayas –Ser (to be) no seas
PRACTICE!!! n Dont eat a lot of fat. –No comas mucha grasa. n Dont sleep late. –No duermas tarde. n Dont smoke. –No fumes. n Dont go to the party. –No vayas a la fiesta.