Congrats, VerbMasters. You’ve taken on most of the imperative so far! We just want to make note here that there are a few irregular verbs yet to learn. But there is good news! They are only irregular in the tú form of the affirmative imperative. Everywhere else, they play by the rules you’ve already learned! In this section you will practice both their irregular and regular forms.
The following verbs are irregular in the tú form of the affirmative imperative. We've placed it alongside the tú form of the negative imperative which shows the present subjunctive stem so you can create every other conjugated form using what you learned in the last lesson.
Below are some examples of how to use these irregular affirmative imperative forms in the real world:
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In this session you’ll practice conjugating hacer, poner, salir, decir, ir, ser, tener, and venir in the affirmative and negative imperatives. So what are you waiting for? Get to studying, you’re on your way to becoming a VerbMaster!
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