Tu Commands

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Mind Map on Tu Commands, created by Estebombthegreat on 12/09/2014.

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Tu Commands
1 Negative Commands
1.1 Regular Commands
1.1.1 Drop the "o" of the present tense and add: "es" to "ar" verbs hablar hablo habl + es No hables ahora "as" to "er/ir" verbs abrir abro abr + as No abras la boca Comer como com +as No comas tanto In stem changeing verbs the stem change remains No enciendas el horno No anadas demasiado sal No pongas los camarones en la sarten todavia
1.2 Irregular Commands
1.2.1 -car, -gar, -zar -Car c to qu Tocar toco toqu + es No toques el piano - gar g to gu llegar llego llegu + es no llegues tarde -zar z to c cruzar cruzo cruc + es No cruces aqui
1.2.2 irregular verbs Estar No estes Dar No des Ir No vayas Ser No seas
1.3 Pronouns always go BEFORE the verb
1.3.1 Pico los tomates? No, no los piques
2 Affirmative Commands
2.1 Regular Commands
2.1.1 Conjugate using the él/ella/Ud. form of the verb Include stem changes dormir - Duerme jugar - juega pedir - pide volver - vuelve ar: stem-a er: stem-e ir: stem-e
2.1.2 Reflexives, DO's, IO's Attach to the end of the command Don't forget accent marks "Vowel n or s next to last" cómela córrela Hazlo dame
2.2 Irregular Commands
2.2.1 Ven Di Sal Haz Ten Ve Pon Sé Venir-ven Decir-di Salir-sal Sal la casa Hacer-haz Haz tu cama Tener-ten Ir-ve Ve a tu dormitorio Poner-pon Ser-sé
2.2.2 Only 8 irregulars
2.3 used to tell a friend or close family member to do something

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