Presentation on theme: "Affirmative Tú Commands Part two"— Presentation transcript:
1 Affirmative Tú Commands Part two Giving directions and commands with irregular and reflexive pronouns
2 Regular Affirmative Tú commands To tell a person to do something, use an affirmative command.Tú commands are used with friends or family.The regular affirmative tú command is the same as the él/ella form of the present tense.
3 Command Forms Infinitive Present Affirmative Tú command Caminar (él, ella) camina¡Camina!comer(él, ella) come¡Come!abrir(él, ella) abre¡Abre!
4 Commands with direct object pronouns and reflexive pronouns If you use a command with a direct object pronoun or reflexive pronoun, attach the pronoun to the end of the command.Modelo-Cruza el parque→¡Crúzalo!¡Levántate!If needed, add an accent when you attach a pronoun to retain the original stress.
5 Irregular Affirmative Commands Some verbs have irregular affirmative tú commands.Remember when you use a pronoun with an affirmative command, the pronoun attaches to the command.InfinitiveCommandDecirDiHacerHazIrVePonerPonSalirSalSerséTenerTenVenirven
6 Examples Haz la cama. Make the bed. Ponte tu ropa. Put on your clothes.Dime la verdad. Tell me the truth.
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