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Page 122 – Chapter 3 Realidades 3Negative Tú Commands Page 122 – Chapter 3 Realidades 3
Negative Tú Commands To form negative tú commands with regular verbs, we drop the o of the present-tense yo form and add the following endings:
Negative Tú Commands HABLAR es habl hablo No hables ahora
Negative Tú Commands COMER as com como No comas eso.
Negative Tú Commands ABRIR as abr abro No abras esa puerta.
Negative Tú Commands The same rule applies to verbs whose present tense yo form ends in –go, -zco, -yo, and –jo.
Negative Tú Commands SALIR No salgas si estás enferma.
Negative Tú Commands OFRECERNo les ofrezcas comida basura a tus amigos.
Negative Tú Commands ESCOGER No escojas comida con mucha grasa.
Negative Tú Commands Notice that -ar verbs take the ending -es and that -er verbs take the ending -as. In stem-changing verbs the stem change remains.
Negative Tú Commands No enciendas el horno. No añadas demasiado sal.No pongas los camarones en la sartén todavía.
Negative Tú Commands Verbs ending in -car, -gar, and -zar have the following spelling changes in negative tú commands in order to maintain the original sound.
Negative Tú Commands -car (c…qu) TOCAR toco toqu esNo toques el piano.
Negative Tú Commands -gar (g…gu) LLEGAR llego llegu esNo llegues tarde.
Negative Tú Commands -zar (z…c) CRUZAR cruzo cruc es No cruces aquí.
Negative Tú Commands Some verbs, such as ir, ser, dar, and estar have irregular negative tú command forms.
Negative Tú Commands Dar Estar Ir Ser No des No estés No vayas No seas
Negative Tú Commands Remember that pronouns are attached to affirmative commands.
Negative Tú Commands If the pronoun is added to a command form that has two or more syllables, write an accent mark on the syllable stressed in the present tense.
Negative Tú Commands ¿Pico las cebollas? Sí, pícalas.
Negative Tú Commands With negative commands, pronouns always go right before the verb.
Negative Tú Commands ¿Pico los tomates también? No, no los piques.
Negative Tú Commands and Review of Affirmative Tú Commands Take Notes in Grammar Section Please!
Negative Tú Commands 8To form negative tú commands with regular verbs, we drop the o of the present- tense yo form and add the following endings:
Negative Tú Commands 3B-español II Negative Tú Commands 8To form negative tú commands with regular verbs, conjugate in the yo form of the present tense,
Negative Tú Commands Mandatos Negativos Negative Tú Commands 8To form negative tú commands with regular verbs, we drop the o of the present- tense yo.
Negative Tú Commands P. 356 Realidades 2.
Negative Tú Commands Español 2 Capítulo 12 Página 412.
Negative Tú Commands P. 320 Avancemos 2 Negative Tú Commands 8To form negative tú commands with regular verbs, we drop the o of the present- tense yo.
Español 2 Capítulo 12 Página 412
Negative Tú Commands.
Affirmative and Negative Informal Commands (Mandatos en la forma de tú Afirmativos y negativos)
Informal Commands WALK! SLEEP! EAT!.
Mandatos con Ud. y Uds. ¡Ven conmigo!, Level 2 Tp. 260.
Formal Commands: being polite
Informal Commands. In Spanish… When we want to tell a friend, a kid, or someone you know on a first name basis to do something, we use informal (tú) commands…
FORMAL COMMANDS To give orders To give advise. FORMAL COMMANDS Usted (you formal) Ustedes (you all in Latin America; you all formal in Spain).
15 de septiembre. Warm-Up #17 Given the English sentences write affirmative commands in Spanish. 1. Play football at school. 2. Go eat dinner at home.
Mandatos Informales (Informal Commands) WALK! EAT! SLEEP!
1 Bellringer 11/16 Translate these positive commands. 1) Go to school. 2) Drink water. 3) Eat lunch. 4) Go out with your friends. 5) Read a book. 6) Study.
Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved The negative tú commands are formed by dropping the final - o of the yo form of the present.
Informal Commands Positive (+) Tú Commands How do you form it? Tú (+) Step 1 Use the he/she form of the present tense Ejemplo caminar comer escribir.
Los Mandatos Formales Singular
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,
Formal Commands: Review 1. Take the “yo” form of the verb hablo 2. Delete the “o” Habl- 3. Add letter opposite from infinitive -ar = e -er & -ir = a Hable.
AFFIRMATIVE TÚ COMMANDS. Remember: What types of people can you address as “tú”? 1. Friends 2. Family 3. Younger people To tell these people to do something,
Ud. and Uds. Commands Page 123 – Chapter 3 Realidades 3.
Formal Commands Vistas 12.2.
Los mandatos informales Español 2. Los mandatos informales Use “mandatos” to tell people what to do Informal commands or “tú” commands are used with friends.
Informal Commands Exprésate 2 Capítulo 1 Gramática 2.
Apuntes de diciembre Los mandatos formales (Ud. y Uds.) Formal commands Arreglen sus dormitorios. Straighten up your rooms. No ponga la maleta en.
Copyright © 2014 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved Command forms are used to give orders or advice. Usted and ustedes can be used to refer.
El Imperativo o Mandatos
Los Mandatos Negativos
Formal (usted/ustedes) Commands
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!-
Tú Command Foldable.
Los mandatos informales
As you learned in Lección 2, the command forms are used to give orders or advice. Formal commands are used with people you address as usted or ustedes.
Los Mandatos Informales Español 1. Review of positive commands… n n Do you remember how to form positive, informal commands (telling someone what to do)?
Tú Commands. + Tú Commands To form a positive tú command you simply use the él/ella form of the verb in the present tense.
Tú. Commands Page 97 Avancemos 3.
Familiar Commands Commands are use to give instructions or to ask people to do things. In Spanish, there are different forms for the formal (usted/ustedes)
Calentamiento Using Direct Object Pronouns, answer the following:
1 Bellringer 4/16 Complete the following sentences with the CORRECT form of pedir or servir. (Figure out which makes sense). Write sentences. 1. Conchita.
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