Imperative - Commands   By Ron Slone

Spanish Grammar The Imperative - Commands Use of Imperative
Overview

The Imperative mode is used to give an order, to tell someone to do something or to advise someone. This mode can only be used with five gramatical persons: tú, usted, nosotros, vosotros, and ustedes.

Let's look at a few examples:

: ¡Comete el pollo!
Eat the chicken!

Usted: ¡Camine más despacio!
Walk slower!

Nosotros: ¡Hablemos de los problemas del país!
Let's talk about the country's problems!

Vosotros: ¡Venid el domingo!
You all come on Sunday!

Ustedes: ¡Hablen con su madre!
You all talk to your mother!


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