Imperative (Command) Conjugation Chart

Imperativo


Usage

Used to express a direct commands and indirect requests.
Example: Let them enter!


–AR Verbs Affirmative Commands
(yo)
(tú) [Pres. Tense, tú] – s
(Ud.) [YO STEM]* + e
(nosotros) [YO STEM]* + emos
(vosotros) [INFINITIVE] – r + d
(Uds.) [YO STEM]* + en

–AR Verbs Negative Commands
(yo)
(tú) [YO STEM]* + es
(Ud.) [YO STEM]* + e
(nosotros) [YO STEM]* + emos
(vosotros) [YO STEM]* + éis
(Uds.) [YO STEM]* + en

–ER & IR Verbs Affirmative Commands
(yo)
(tú) [Pres. Tense, tú] – s
(Ud.) [YO STEM]* + a
(nosotros) [YO STEM]* + amos
(vosotros) [INFINITIVE] – r + d
(Uds.) [YO STEM]* + an

–ER & IR Verbs Negative Commands
(yo)
(tú) [YO STEM]* + as
(Ud.) [YO STEM]* + a
(nosotros) [YO STEM]* + amos
(vosotros) [YO STEM]* + áis
(Uds.) [YO STEM]* + an

*Form Yo Stem by dropping -o from yo (1st person singular) form of present tense

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