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Every year, Americans around the nation get together to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15th through October 15th. The contributions Hispanic Americans have made to the United States are endless and inspiring, and they have had a profound and positive impact on our county.

Mandatos Informales Afirmativos: Tú - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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Nov 18

By Evelyn Silva

  • - Use commands to give advice or to tell people what you would like them to do.

  • - Singular informal Affirmative commands normally use the present tense, third person form of the verb:
  •                     

CANTA  (él/ella/usted) CANTA → (tú) CANTA (mandato)

 

COMER(él/ella/usted) COME→ (tú) COME (mandato)

 

ABRIR(él/ella/usted) ABRE→ (tú) ABRE (mandato)

 

  • - Verbs have irregular affirmative informal () commands:
 
     

VERBOS

MANDATO

VERBOS

MANDATO

     

DECIR

     DI

SER

    SÉ

     

HACER

     HAZ

TENER

    TEN

     

IR

    VE

VENIR

    VEN

     

PONER

    PON

DAR

    DA

     

SALIR

    SAL

 

 

  • - Verbs that require stem-change in present tense usually have the same change in the informal singular command:

PENSAR  → (él/ella/usted) PIENSA→ (tú) PIENSA (mandato)

SEGUIR  → (él/ella/usted) SIGUE→ (tú) SIGUE (mandato)

 

Stem Changing: -E / - IE               Stem Change: O/-U → UE               Stem Change: Cambia –E → -I

 

Practica lo aprendido:

            

        

VERBO

MANDATO

VERBOS

MANDATO

VERBOS

MANDATO

   

Cerrar:

______________

Contar:

______________

Conseguir:

______________

   

Comenzar:

______________

Dormir:

______________

Pedir:

______________

   

Empezar:

______________

Volver:

______________

Seguir:

______________

   

Entender:

______________

Devolver:

______________

Repetir:

______________

   

Despertar:

______________

Encontrar:

______________

Servir:

______________

   

Sentarse:

______________

Almorzar:

______________

Vestirse:

______________

   

Divertirse:

______________

Jugar:

______________

 

 

       

Acostarse:

______________

 

 

       

Recordar:

______________

 

 


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