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Affirmative and negative commands

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    • 1. Affirmative andNegative commands By: Eshita Karnik
    • 2. Affirmative CommandsWhen using positive commands use theinformal (Tú) form to tell a friendsomething. Also drop the -s ending of theverb.Examples: hablas-------->¡Habla! Study!--------> ¡Estudia!
    • 3. Negative CommandsTo use the negative commands you have to switch the -as endings to -es and the -es endings to -asExamples: Don’t eat the apple!-------> ¡No come la manzana! Don’t walk!----> ¡No camine!
    • 4. Spelling ChangeThere are many verbs that change their spelling tokeep their sound when they are changed into anegative form. Examples: 1) Jugar: the -g changes to -gue to keep the g sound 2) Verbs ending in -car:Practicar: the -c changes to que to keep the k sound