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Affirmative Tú Commands Page 305 Realidades 1 By: Sra. Suzanne M. Shirley North Intermediate High School 808 East College, Broken Arrow, OK 74012
Affirmative Commands When you tell someone to do something, you are giving an affirmative command.
Affirmative Commands Here are some affirmative commands you might give to a person you address as tú:
Affirmative Commands Pablo, apaga las luces por favor. Linda, recoge la basura. Cristóbol, sirve la cena ahora.
Affirmative Commands Notice that command forms are usually the same forms that we use for él / ella / Ud. in the present tense.
Affirmative Commands Certain verbs, like poner and hacer have irregular command forms.
Affirmative Commands Isabel, pon los libros en la mesa. Miguel, haz tu cama.
Affirmative Tú Commands Page 305 Realidades 1 (pink book)
Affirmative and Negative Informal Commands (Mandatos en la forma de tú Afirmativos y negativos)
Affirmative tú commands Tú means the familiar form of “you.” When you tell friends, family members, or young people to do something, you use an affirmative.
Informal Commands WALK! EAT! SLEEP!. In Spanish… When we want to tell a friend, a pet or someone younger to do something we use informal (tú) commands…
Affirmative tú commands Comandos afirmativos de tú.
Affirmative tú commands. When you tell friends, family members, or young people to do something, you use an affirmative tú command. To give these commands,
Mandatos Afirmativos con tú Affirmative tú commands.
Grammar tú Commands Affirmative Commands Y Negative Commands.
Affirmative Tú Commands Page 121 – Chapter 3 Realidades 3.
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.
Page 107 Realidades 1 ESTAR The Verb Estar Estar is an IRREGULAR verb. It means “to be” in English.
Affirmative Informal Commands Unidad 3. Affirmative Informal Commands To tell someone you address as tú to do something, you will use an affirmative informal.
Tú. Commands Page 97 Avancemos 3 Tú Commands Tú. Commands To give a regular affirmative command in the tú. form, use the present-tense usted, él, and.
COMMANDS Mandatos. In Spanish, commands are called “mandatos.” A command is used to tell some what to do or what not to do. Questions and suggestions.
Page 107 Realidades 1 ESTAR The Verb Estar Estar is an IRREGULAR verb. It means to be in English.
FORMAL COMMANDS Vistas FORMAL COMMANDS There are two kinds of formal commands: Ud. Commands are used towards a single person in a formal tone.
Empecemos: use estar with prepositions to describe the location of the following objects 1. La bandera 2. La puerta 3. El escritorio de Srta. Cabeza 4.
Affirmative Tú commands Repaso de español 2 Avancemos 3 – Unidad 2 Lección 1.
Spanish AFFIRMATIVE TÚ COMMANDS. If you would like to tell a friend or family member to do something in Spanish (tell me, wash your hands, pass.
IRREGULAR AFFIRMATIVE TÚ COMMANDS. REGULAR AFFIRMATIVE TÚ COMMANDS Normally if you want to give an affirmative command to someone, you use the Él, Ella,
Ch 6-2 notes Let’s review….. Noun- person, place, thing or idea In Spanish ALL nouns have a gender. The gender is known by the ARTICLE associated with.
Affirmative tú Commands To tell someone what to do mandatos.
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Voces 2 – Capítulo 6. Unlike the formal commands, informal commands have different forms for positive commands and negative commands. Informal commands.
Affirmative Tú Commands. What are affirmative tú commands? They tell someone what to do. Spanish uses special verb ending to give affirmative commands.
Page 115 Avancemos 1 ESTAR The Verb Estar Estar is an IRREGULAR verb. It means to be in English.
Affirmative Informal Commands Tú commands are the singular form of informal commands. To tell a friend, family member, classmate, child, or pet to do something,
Affirmative Tú Commands P. 168 Affirmative Tú Commands n You already know how to give affirmative commands to someone you address as tú. n You take the.
Page 107 Realidades 1 ESTAR The Verb Estar Estar means “to be” It is an IRREGULAR verb It does NOT follow the pattern of REGULAR -AR VERBS In writing,
Mandatos Con Tú. Mandatos con Tú Commands tell someone to do something Affirmative tú commands (informal)
Define AFFIRMATIVE Define NEGATIVE Define FORMAL Define INFORMAL.
Commands Mandatos/commands Use commands when you want to tell someone what to do. Go to the store. Turn left at the light. Be quiet. Sit down. In Spanish,
Esp. 2 –Cap. 6A Repaso de mandatos. How do you form a positive (+) tú command? Put the verb in the él/ella/usted form.
Los mandatos informales y negativos Commands that are informal and negative.
Mandatos Infomales Cápitulo 1. El imperativo familiar Informal commands are used to tell friends, children, etc. what to do.
To tell someone you address as tú to do something, you will use an affirmative informal command.
Affirmative Informal Commands. To tell someone you address as tú to do something, you will use an affirmative informal command.
Direct Object Pronouns me (me) nos (us) te (you familiar) lo (him,you formal male los (them/you all it, masculine) all male, mixed) la (her, you.
14 de septiembre. Warm-Up #16 Given the English sentences, write Spanish ones. 1. I love to go to the beach with my friends. 2. In the morning I shower.
Difference between present tense and the affirmative tú command: Present tense: describes an action that is taking place in the present tense Affirmative.
Spanish Commands How do I tell someone what to do in Spanish? ¿?
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Mandatos familiares. Mandatos familiares afirmativos To form familiar commands, use the 3 rd person singular (él, ella, usted) form of the verb. – Ejemplo:
You know that direct object pronouns replace direct object nouns. The direct object pronouns lo, la, los, and las can refer to both objects and people.
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!-
Commands Notes Powerpoint ¡Escucha como usar los mandatos!
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