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Affirmative Tú Commands Page 260 – Chapter 4 Etapa 1
Affirmative Tú Commands n These are also known as familiar commands n We use these to tell people what to do n This unit they will be used to give directions too
Affirmative Tú Commands n You simply use box #3 of the verb n -AR Commands will end in -a n -ER/-IR Commands will end in - e.
Examples: n Run! (telling somebody what to do): Correr changes to corre! n Take a Picture! Sacar changes to saca foto! n Talk to Carlos Hablar goes to Habla con Carlos
Now your turn… n Escribir la tarea n Escuchar musica n Comprar los zapatos n Leer un libro
Using the DOP with Commands n The DOP is attached to the command n An accent goes on the 2 nd to the last syllable
Examples n ¿Compro las gafas de sol? n Sí, ¡cómpralas! n ¿Escribo la tarea? n Sí, ¡escríbela!
Your turn… n ¿Visito el museo? n ¿Estudio la tarea? n ¿Uso la computadora? n YOU WILL DO AN ACTIVITY LIKE THIS FOR HOMEWORK…#2(PG 266)
Apuntes de noviembre Los mandatos familiares (Familiar Commands) We use commands to give orders or advice. Here is how affirmative commands for most.
Sometimes you will need to add a Direct Object Pronoun to specify what you want the person to do. Instead of saying “Eat the fruit,” you can just say,
Affirmative Informal Commands
Informal Commands (tú). In the previous lesson, you learned that commands are used when ordering, or telling someone to do something. This is often referred.
Los Mandatos Formales Singular
Capítulo 1A ¿Qué te gusta hacer? Español 1. Preparación para el 8 de septiembre Answer the following question in a few sentences in English. What activities.
FORMAL COMMANDS To give orders To give advise. FORMAL COMMANDS Usted (you formal) Ustedes (you all in Latin America; you all formal in Spain).
Tú. Commands Page 97 Avancemos 3.
Familiar Commands Commands are use to give instructions or to ask people to do things. In Spanish, there are different forms for the formal (usted/ustedes)
Informal Affirmative Commands Regular and Irregular.
MANDATOS I’ll tell you what to do.
Los Mandatos Informales (a command given to ‘tú’)
Los sujetos y los verbos Chapter 1.2. Trabajo de timbre Read the following lesson of Verbos! and answer all of the questions throughout.
Martes, 17 de septiembre de 2013 Page 27. Review Bailar - to dance Cantar - to sing correr - to run Dibujar - to draw escribir cuentos- to write.
Informal Commands WALK! EAT! SLEEP!. In Spanish… When you tell somebody to do something you are giving them a command. It can be either positive (Do it!)
Bell Dinger el 4 de octubre Unscramble. El vocabulario On the back of the Videohistoria sheet, do the following on a separate sheet of paper: Act. 4 LISTEN.
Commands: Formal Ud. and Uds.
Andar en patineta to skateboard. alquilar un DVD to rent a DVD.
Affirmative Tú Commands: Regular & Irregular
Familiar Commands of Regular Verbs. Forming affirmative familiar (tú) commands of regular verbs is very simple. Just take the “él/ella/Ud.” form of the.
Verbs By: Señorita McMahon.
Tú commands (mandatos/imperativos informales). When we want to tell someone (a friend or other person you would address with tú) to do something, you.
Capítulo 1A ¿Qué te gusta hacer?
Conjugating -AR Verbs.
-AR Verbs In Spanish, there are three classes (or conjugations) of verbs: those that end in –AR, those that end in –ER, and those that end in –IR. This.
GUSTAR (AN INTRODUCTION). Gustar = “to like” Me gusta = I like… Use this structure when talking about only ONE thing or ONE activity.
LOS PASATIEMPOS: HOBBIES. An unconjugated verb In Spanish: always ends with “ar” “er” or “ir” When translated into English: always starts with “to”
Objetivo: How do we use commands, directions and the words: it, them? Hagan Ahora: Translate the following words to Spanish. Give all possible answers.
Flip Homework. In English: To say “To be” for each pronoun, we have to conjugate the verb to look like this: I You He She We They You all AR VERB CONJUGATION.
Hoy es martes el siete de abril 7/4/2015 Learning target: I can use affirmative informal commands with pronouns to tell people what to do without naming.
Objective Identify Infinitive verbs in Spanish. Infinitives Infinitives are the base form of the verbs.
How to boss somebody!. 1. Make the tú form of the verb in the present tense. 2. Drop the “s” OR ANOTHER WAY TO THINK ABOUT IT 1. Make the él/ella/Ud.
Infinitives & Cognates Las clases de Sra. Schwarz Realidades 1.
El imperativo en español
Informal Commands with Pronouns Positive informal commands: – if it is one syllable, attach it to the end Ponlo (put it)-->doesn’t get an accent because.
COMMANDS A COMMAND IS THE WAY YOU TELL SOMEONE TO DO (OR NOT TO DO) SOMETHING!!!! GO TO BED!!!!! BRUSH YOUR TEETH!!!!
Unidad 1 lección 1 - vocabulario
Match each Vocabulary word to their definition. Cortar el cèspedto clean the bathroom ponerto visit the zoo Sacar la basura to get to know downtown.
Capítulo 4.2 Gramáticas. Do you remember that the Ir is irregular verb? Yes, because it doesn’t follow a clear pattern.
Negative Tú Commands.
Informal Commands Mandatos informales WALK! Camina! EAT! Come SLEEP! Duerme!
Conjugating: ar Verbs Part I
Topic: Conjugating –ar verbs
Mandatos Afirmativos en Tú (affirmative Tú commands)
Affirmative Tú Commands
Direct Object Pronouns Direct object pronouns take the place of the direct object in a sentence. For example:
Direct Object Pronouns. A direct object answers who or what after a verb. Juan prepara una pizza. What does Juan prepare?... the pizza.
GUSTAR Saying what someone likes. GUSTAR A VERB is an ACTION WORD. GUSTAR is used to say when something is pleasing to someone. But to simplify this,
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