What is the affirmative tu command of salir?

What is the affirmative tú command of salir?

The affirmative tú command of salir (which means ‘to go out’ or ‘to leave’) is sal (pronounced: sahl).

What are the affirmative tu commands?

Irregular Tú Affirmative Commands

  • Ser: sé
  • Poner: pon.
  • Tener: ten.
  • Salir: sal.
  • Venir: ven.
  • Ir: ve.
  • Decir: di.
  • Hacer: haz.

What is the TU command for Bailar?

Mode: Imperative

Personal Pronoun Conjugation
Tu bailes
El/Ella baile
Nosotros bailemos

What is hacer as a command?

Imperative of Hacer

Subject Pronouns Hacer: Imperative Translation
haz (you) do/make
usted haga (you formal) do/make
nosotros/nosotras hagamos (we) let’s do/make
vosotros/vosotras haced (you all) do/make

What are negative Tu commands?

Negative informal commands, also called negative tú commands, are used to tell a friend, family member the same age as you or younger, classmate, child, or pet not to do something. No compres la camisa.

What is the affirmative Tu command?

Affirmative TU commands are used to tell friends, family members, or young people to do something or to give instructions. To give an affirmative TU command, you have to use the third person singular form (él, ella, usted) in the present tense:

What is affirmative informal command?

Informal commands are commands you are giving to a person you are speaking to who is a friend, coworker, relative, or a child (formal is used for respect and politeness). If they are affirmative informal commands (“buy the car”), you use the present indicative “usted” form (“compra el carro”).

What is an affirmative command?

Affirmative commands are commands that tell someone to do something, while negative commands tell someone to not do something. For example, in English, an affirmative command would be “do the dishes,” and a negative command would be “do not do the dishes.”.