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REGULAR AFFIRMATIVE TÚ COMMANDS Normally if you want to give an affirmative command to someone, you use the Él, Ella, Ud. form of the verb. Example “ Jose, ¡ Monta la bicicleta!
IRREGULAR COMMANDS Some verbs have irregular affirmative tú commands. These verbs include: poner, tener, decir, salir, venir, hacer, ser, and ir.
IRREGULAR COMMANDS InfinitiveYo formCommand ponerpongopon tenertengoten decirdigodi salirsalgosal venirvengoven If you remember the yo form of these verbs than forming the irregular command just requires dropping the “-go” at the end of the yo form.
IRREGULAR COMMANDS InfinitiveCommand hacerhaz sersé irve There is no trick using the yo form of these verbs to form the command so you will just have to memorize these forms.
IRREGULAR COMMANDS If you use a direct object pronoun (lo, la, los, las) with an affirmative command, attach the pronoun to the end of the command. Example: ¡Hazlo mismo! When a pronoun is written with a command of two or more syllables, a written accent is needed over the stressed vowel (usually the third to last vowel). Example: Martín, ayúdame