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Negative Tú Commands
8To form negative tú commands with regular verbs, we drop the o of the present- tense yo form and add the following endings:
Negative Tú Commands HABLAR hablo habl es No hables ahora
Negative Tú Commands COMER como com as No comas eso.
Negative Tú Commands ABRIR abro abr as No abras esa puerta.
Negative Tú Commands 8The same rule applies to verbs whose present tense yo form ends in –go, -zco, -yo, and –jo.
Negative Tú Commands 8SALIR 8No salgas si estás enferma.
Negative Tú Commands 8OFRECER 8No les ofrezcas comida basura a tus amigos.
Negative Tú Commands 8ESCOGER 8No escojas comida con mucha grasa.
Negative Tú Commands 8Notice that -ar verbs take the ending -es and that -er verbs take the ending -as. 8In stem-changing verbs the stem change remains.
Negative Tú Commands 8No enciendas el horno. 8No añadas demasiado sal. 8No pongas los camarones en la sartén todavía.
Negative Tú Commands 8Verbs ending in -car, -gar, and -zar have the following spelling changes in negative tú commands in order to maintain the original sound.
Negative Tú Commands TOCAR tocotoques No toques el piano. -car (c…qu)
Negative Tú Commands LLEGAR llegollegues No llegues tarde. -gar (g…gu)
Negative Tú Commands CRUZAR cruzocruces No cruces aquí. -zar (z…c)
Negative Tú Commands 8Some verbs, such as ir, ser, dar, and estar have irregular negative tú command forms.
Negative Tú Commands 8Dar 8Estar 8Ir 8Ser 8No des 8No estés 8No vayas 8No seas
Negative Tú Commands Page 122 – Chapter 3 Realidades 3.
Negative Tú Commands and Review of Affirmative Tú Commands Take Notes in Grammar Section Please!
Negative Tú Commands 3B-español II Negative Tú Commands 8To form negative tú commands with regular verbs, conjugate in the yo form of the present tense,
Negative Tú Commands P. 356 Realidades 2 Negative Tú Commands 8To form negative tú commands with regular verbs, we drop the o of the present- tense yo.
Negative Tú Commands P. 320 Avancemos 2 Negative Tú Commands 8To form negative tú commands with regular verbs, we drop the o of the present- tense yo.
Negative Tú Commands Mandatos Negativos Negative Tú Commands 8To form negative tú commands with regular verbs, we drop the o of the present- tense yo.
Negative Tú Commands Español 2 Capítulo 12 Página 412.
P. 356 Realidades 2 To form negative tú commands with regular verbs, we drop the o of the present-tense yo form and add the following endings:
Negative Tú Commands 8To form negative tú commands with regular verbs, we drop the o of the present- tense yo form and add the following endings:
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Informal Commands WALK! EAT! SLEEP!. In Spanish… When we want to tell a friend to do something we use informal (tú) commands… ¡Come! – EAT! ¡Camina!-
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Informal (Tú) Commands WALK! EAT! SLEEP!. In Spanish… When we want to tell a friend to do something we use informal (tú) commands… ¡Come! – EAT! ¡Camina!-
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