Presentation on theme: "Grammar tú Commands Affirmative Commands Y Negative Commands."— Presentation transcript:
Grammar tú Commands Affirmative Commands Y Negative Commands
Informal Affirmative Commands Commands may be informal or formal, singular or plural. Use the present tense of the verb when its singular or formal affirmative command. Verbs are stem changing or changing in spelling, present tense, usually use the same stem change in informal singular commands.
Irregular Affirmative Tú Commands Decir Ir Salir Tener Hacer Poner Ser Venir Di Ve Sal Ten Haz Pon Sé Ven
Negative Commands Telling Someone What Not To Do
Ud. Y Uds. Negative Ud. And Uds. Commands or negative nosotros/as commands are the same for affirmative command but no in front of the verb. One exception negative nosotros/as command for ir; ¡Vamos!-- ¡No Vayamos!
Tú The negative tú command is formed by adding an –s and placing no before the verb.
Object and Reflixive Pronouns For negative commands, these must go before the verb. When put in the same verb, the indirect object pronoun will go before the direct object pronoun.