What are commands in Spanish?

Informal Spanish Commands – Affirmative & Negative

verb tú command (affirmative) example
hacer (to do, to make) haz Haz la cama. (Make the bed.)
ir (to go) ve Vete. (Go away.)
poner (to put, to place) pon Ponlo en mi habitación. (Put it in my room.)
salir (to go out, to leave) sal Sal de aquí. (Get out of here.)

What are irregular usted commands?

Irregular Formal Commands

Verb Meaning Usted Command
Dar to give
Estar to be esté
Ir to go vaya
Saber to know sepa

What conjugation is Haz?

Singular command – haz A common phrase you’ll hear in Spanish is házlo, meaning “do it”. This comes from the command form of hacer, which is simply haz. This is a very handy little word which you can use in any (informal) situation to tell someone to do something.

How do you use decir?

Let’s learn how to use the positive and negative command forms of decir (deh-SEER, ‘to say/tell’). You would use tú when you talk to a friend, your significant other, a family member, or anybody with whom you have a close relationship.

What is the command of’decir’?

‘Decir’ means ‘to say’ and ‘to tell’. We often need to order, suggest, or instruct others to say or tell something in particular. This lesson covers both the affirmative and negative commands of ‘decir’. You may think the word ‘command’ sounds a bit bossy. However, we use commands all the time without even noticing.

What is the tú command in Spanish?

Here is an explanation of the tú command. This command uses the conjugation of the third person singular in the indicative mood. In this case, for the verb “decir”, the third person, singular conjugation is “di”.

What are the commands in Spanish?

The commands serve to tell someone to say/tell something, give advice, instructions, tips, etc. Spain typically uses the vosotros form for groups of friends and family, while Latin America uses ustedes. To unlock this lesson you must be a Study.com Member.