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    • Los mandatos formales –Formal Commands(Ud. And Uds.)
      Español 2
    • Regular Formal commands (affirmative AND negative)
      Startwiththe“yo” form of theverb
      Dropthe“o”
      3. Thenputontheopposite personal ending (For –arverbsaddthe –er/-ir Ud./Uds. endings and for –er/-ir verbs use –ar Ud./Uds. endings.
      Tomakeit a negativecommandjustadd “no” in front of theverb
    • Example “Putthedishesonthetable.”
      The “yo” form of poner is “pongo”
      Dropthe “o” – Pong
      Itisan “er” verb so weaddthe –arendingsforeither Ud. Or Uds. – ponga/pongan
      Tomakeitnegativejustadd a “no”
      Uds. Pongan los platos en la mesa
      Ud. no ponga los platos en la mesa.
    • Formal Commands (+/-)
      -ar verbs -er/-ir verbs
      Ud.
      Nosotros
      Uds.
      habl
      corr
      E
      A
      corr
      AMOS
      habl
      EMOS
      corr
      AN
      habl
      EN
    • -car, -gar, -zar verbs
      Verbsthatend in –carwillhave a spellingchange in whichthechangesto
      Verbsthatend in –garwillhave a spellingchange in whichthechangesto
      Verbsthatend in –zarwillhave a spellingchange in whichthechangesto
      C
      QU
      G
      GU
      Z
      C
    • Irregulares
      VAYA
      VAYAN
      IrUd. Uds.
      SerUd. Uds.
      SaberUd. Uds.
      EstarUd.Uds.
      Dar Ud. Uds.
      SEAN
      SEA
      SEPAN
      SEPA
      ESTÉ
      ESTÉN

      DEN
    • Reflexive Verbs & Commands with DIRECT OBJECTS PRONOUNS
      With the affirmative command we ___________the object pronoun to the affirmative command. (Notice we added an accent mark to keep the stress in the original place.
      ATTACH
    • A PRACTICAR
      lavarse (Ud.) _________________
      secarse (Uds.)_______________
      Lávese- Wash yourself!
      Sécense- Dry yourselves!
    • Negative Reflexive Commands
      The difference with the negative commands is that the object pronoun will be placed _______________ the verb.
      BEFORE
    • RECUEDA..USE “Se” because they are formal Ud. & Uds. Commands
      21. No lavarse __________________
      (Ud.)
      22. No secarse ____________________
      (Uds.)
      ¡No se lave! Don’t wash yourself!
      ¡No sesequen! Don’t dry yourselves!