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Informal commands

  1. 1. Los mandatos informales<br />Español 2<br />
  2. 2. Informal commands (affirmative)<br />Taketheform and dropthe .<br />OR<br />Just use theformifthat’seasiertoremember!<br /> preparar --><br /> barrer--><br /> servir--><br />s<br />tú<br />él / ella / ud<br />¡Prepara!<br />¡Barre!<br />¡Sirve!<br />
  3. 3. Informal Commands (Negative)<br />Tomake a negative tú command, startwiththeform of theverb, dropthe , and addtheending.<br />preparar--><br />barrer--><br />servir--><br />o<br />yo<br />opposite tú<br />-ar--> es<br />-er/-ir--> as<br />¡No prepares!<br />¡No barras!<br />¡No sirvas!<br />
  4. 4. Opposite endings<br />Verbsthatend in -arwon’ttakethe -as ending, butinsteadwilltake .<br />Verbsthatend in -eror-irwon’ttakethe -es ending, butinsteadwilltake .<br />-es<br />-as<br />
  5. 5. -car, -gar, -zar verbs<br />Whenwemakenegativecommandsfrom a verbthatends in -car, -gar, or -zar, wemakesomespellingchangestokeepthe original sound.<br />
  6. 6. Remember these rules only apply to NEGATIVE informal commands<br />-gar<br />g<br />-gu<br />For verbs that end in -gar, the changes to <br />-car<br />c<br />qu<br />Forverbsthatend in -car, thechangesto , thenweaddtheoppositeending, whichwill ALWAYS besincethese are -arverbs!<br />-es<br />-zar<br />z<br />c<br />For verbs that end in -zar, the changes to a .<br />Examples: ¡No juegues futbol en la casa! ¡No toques! ¡No empieces!<br />
  7. 7. Irregular Affirmative + Commands<br />Vin Diesel has 10 weapons.<br />Venir¡Ven! Come!<br />Decir¡Di! Say! Tell!<br />Salir¡Sal! Go out! Leave!<br />Hacer¡Haz! Do! Make!<br />Tener¡Ten! Have!<br />Ir¡Ve! Go!<br />Poner¡Pon! Put!<br />Ser ¡Sé! Be!<br />
  8. 8. Negative Irregulars<br />Ir<br />ser <br />¡No vayas<br />Don’t go!<br />¡No seas!<br />Don’t be!<br />
  9. 9. Common Expressions<br />Be careful!<br />Come here!<br />Tell me the truth!<br />Don’t go!<br />Don’t tell me! You don’t say!<br />Don’t be afraid!<br />Put on the hat!<br />Don’t be like that!<br />
  10. 10. Reflexive Verbs & Commands with DIRECT OBJECTS PRONOUNS<br />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. <br />ATTACH<br />
  11. 11. A PRACTICAR<br />15. lavarse (tú) _________________<br />16. secarse (tú)_______________<br />Lávate- Wash yourself!<br />Sécate- Dry yourself!<br />
  12. 12. Negative Commands<br />The difference with the negative commands is that the object pronoun will be placed _______________ the verb.<br />BEFORE<br />
  13. 13. RECUEDA..USE “TE” because they are informal Tú Commands<br />¡No televantes! Don’t get yourself up!<br />No levantarse __________________<br />Nosecarse ____________________<br />¡No teseques! Don’t dry yourself!<br />

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