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To tell someone you address as tú to do something, use an
To form the affirmative informal command of regular or stem- changing verb, drop the final S off the end of the tú form of the verb
Change each verb to affirmative informal commands. 1.hablar 2.arreglar 3.cocinar 4.leer 5.escribir 6.cantar 1.habla 2.arregla 3.cocina 4.lee 5.escribe 6.canta
What is the difference? Affirmative informal command Negative informal command
To form the negative informal command of most ar-verb, drop the final O of the yo form and add -es
Change each verb to negative informal commands. 1.hablar 2.mirar 3.arreglar 4.cocinar 5.dibujar 6.cortar 7.cantar 1.No hables 2.No mires 3.No arregles 4.No cocines 5.No dibujes 6.No cortes 7.No cantes
To form the negative informal command of most er,ir-verb, drop the final O of the yo form and add -as
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Los Verbos Regulares en el Presente Los ER y Los IR.
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Jumpstart: On a piece of paper, make a list in two columns: Column #1: people you would show respect to, or address by a title. Column #2: people you would.
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