Presentación del tema: "Formal and Informal Commands 8There are two forms of affirmative commands (mandatos) (Imperative Mood) informal (tú) and formal (usted): 1. Start with."— Transcripción de la presentación:
Formal and Informal Commands 8There are two forms of affirmative commands (mandatos) (Imperative Mood) informal (tú) and formal (usted): 1. Start with YO form: comprar yo compro abrir yo abro 2. Drop the –o COMPR, ABR Tú (informal) and Usted (formal) compr + a = compra compr + e = compre abr + e = abre abr + a = abra
8Some verbs, such as venir, tener, salir, ser, poner, hacer, decir, ir, dar, and estar have irregular command forms in either or both the FORMAL and INFORMAL
Negative Tú Commands 8Remember that pronouns are attached to affirmative commands.
Negative Tú Commands 8If 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 8¿Pico las cebollas? 8Sí, pícalas.
Negative Tú Commands before 8With negative commands, pronouns always go right before the verb.
Negative Tú Commands 8¿Pico los tomates también? 8No, no los piques.
REVIEW Tú (informal) and Usted(es) (formal) compr + a = compra compr + e= compre(n) abr + e= abre abr + a= abra(n) negative tú negative usted -AR no compr + es no compre(n) -ER/-IR no abr + asno abra(n)
8The use of direct and indirect object pronouns with Spanish command forms The rule of the Four A's: Affirmative After Attached Accent 8 If the command form is Affirmative, the object pronouns go After the verb, are Attached to it, and a written Accent is normally* required. Examples: ¡Háblame!, ¡Cómelo!, ¡Siéntense! 8 On the contrary, if the command form is not Affirmative, the object pronouns do not go After the verb, they are not Attached, and an Accent mark is not used. Examples: ¡No me hables!, ¡No lo comas!, ¡No se sienten!
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