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Irregular Tú Commands Affirmative Tú Commands You already know how to give affirmative commands to someone you address as tú: You take the 3rd person.

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Affirmative Tú Commands You already know how to give affirmative commands to someone you address as tú: You take the 3rd person form of the verb. Comer = ¡come!
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Page 1: Irregular Tú Commands Affirmative Tú Commands You already know how to give affirmative commands to someone you address as tú: You take the 3rd person.

Irregular Tú Commands

Page 2: Irregular Tú Commands Affirmative Tú Commands You already know how to give affirmative commands to someone you address as tú: You take the 3rd person.

Affirmative Tú CommandsAffirmative Tú CommandsYou already know how to give affirmative commands to someone you address as tú:

You take the 3rd person form of the verb. Comer = ¡come!

Page 3: Irregular Tú Commands Affirmative Tú Commands You already know how to give affirmative commands to someone you address as tú: You take the 3rd person.

Negative Tú CommandsNegative Tú CommandsYou remember that in order to give a negative command, we have 3 steps.

1. Put the verb in the ‘yo’ form2. Change the ‘o’ ending to -as for –er and –ir verbs-es for –ar verbs 3. Put ‘no’ in front of the verb.

Page 4: Irregular Tú Commands Affirmative Tú Commands You already know how to give affirmative commands to someone you address as tú: You take the 3rd person.

Negative Tú CommandsNegative Tú CommandsExamples:

Hablar Comer Escribir1.Hablo Como Escribo2.Hables Comas Escribas3.No hables No comas No escribas

Page 5: Irregular Tú Commands Affirmative Tú Commands You already know how to give affirmative commands to someone you address as tú: You take the 3rd person.

Irregular Tú CommandsIrregular Tú CommandsIn Spanish, some verbs have irregular commands.

We will begin with verbs that are regular in the positive form, but become irregular when made negative.

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Irregular Tú CommandsIrregular Tú CommandsVerbs that end with –car, -gar, zar - car - gar -zarpracticar jugar empezartocar pagar comenzarbuscarsacar

The negative command form of these verbs is irregular.

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For verbs ending in –CARFor verbs ending in –CAR

In the negative form, these verbs will end with –QUES

The ‘c’ changes to ‘que’ to maintain the ‘k’ sound.

Example: !No toques!

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For verbs ending in -GARFor verbs ending in -GAR

In the negative form, these verbs will end in –GUES

It is spelled with ‘gu’ instead of ‘g’ to keep the hard ‘g’ sound.

Example: ¡No juegues!

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For verbs ending in -ZARFor verbs ending in -ZAR

In the negative form, these verbs will end with –CES

The ‘z’ changes to ‘c’ to give a harder sound.

Eample: !No empieces!

Page 10: Irregular Tú Commands Affirmative Tú Commands You already know how to give affirmative commands to someone you address as tú: You take the 3rd person.

More Irregular CommandsMore Irregular Commands

There are some verbs that are irregular

in the positive form, the negative form,

or both. For the following verbs, you will

have to memorize the commands.

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Irregular Tú CommandsIrregular Tú CommandsVerb Definition Positive Negative

Venir to come Ven No vengas

Decir to say; to tell Di No digas

Salir to leave Sal No salgas

Hacer to do; to make Haz No hagas

Tener to have Ten No tengas

Ir to go Ve No vayas

Poner to put; to place Pon No pongas

Ser to be Sé No seas

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A Way to Remember A Way to Remember CommandsCommands

Ven Di Sal Haz Ten Ve Pon Sé

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Helpful HintHelpful Hint

If you take a look at the list of irregular verbs, you will notice that a number of them are ‘yo-go’ verbs. These are verbs that in the present tense, yo form, end in –go.

venir = vengovenir = vengo tener = tengo tener = tengo decir = digodecir = digo poner = pongoponer = pongosalir = salgo salir = salgo

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Helpful HintsHelpful Hints For all the yo-go verbs (except hacer)

you will notice that the positive command form is the yo form, minus the –go.

Venir = vengo = venDecir = digo = diSalir = salgo = salTener = tengo = tenPoner = pongo = pon

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Negative Form of yo-go VerbsNegative Form of yo-go Verbs The yo-go verbs form the negative

command the same way a regular verb is formed. Remember, first conjugate the verb in the yo form!

Example: Example: hacerhacer 1. hago1. hago hagashagas No hagasNo hagas

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Verbs to Keep an Eye on!Verbs to Keep an Eye on!

Both ser and ir are irregular in the positive and negative command forms.

SerSer = = sésé (for a positive command) (for a positive command)SerSer = = no seas no seas (for a negative command)(for a negative command)

Ir Ir = = veve (for a positive command) (for a positive command)IrIr = = no vayas no vayas (for a negative command)(for a negative command)