Presentation on theme: "Pronouns with Commands. In English You often use object pronouns with commands to direct the action of the verb at someone or something. In English you."— Presentation transcript:
In English You often use object pronouns with commands to direct the action of the verb at someone or something. In English you always place pronouns after the command: Give me thatDon’t read it
In Spanish The placement of object pronouns depends on whether a command is affirmative or negative
Affirmative With affirmative commands you attach object pronouns to the end of the verb. Ex: Julia, describe tu comunidad Julia, describe your community Julia, descríbela: “la” refers to communidad Julia, describe it.
Affirmative continued Give me the book Dáme el libro “Da” is the tú command for give (Dar) Me is the object pronoun for me. They become one word.
Works for both tú and other commands To tell more than one person to “listen to me” Use the Uds. Command for escuchar Escuchen Attach the object pronoun to the end of the verb: escúchenme
One more To tell more than one person to take out the notebooks. Uds command for to take out (sacar) Saquen los cuadernos Take them out Object pronoun for books(them)=los sáquenlos
Fill in the blank with tú commands and object pronouns 1. buy it ____________( comprar el libro) 2. sell it ____________( vender la casa) 3. Sit down _________(sentar e-ie…..te) 4. Put them here________ aquí_(poner los examenes). 5. Sing to her ___________(cantar…..le)
Fill in the blanks with UDS. Commands and object pronouns Read it___________(leer el anuncio) Organize it__________(organizar la campaña) Bring them __________(traer los guantes) Listen to them __________(escuchan las maestras) *traer-yo form = traigo