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Unformatted text preview: 6:48 PM Tue Mar 5 32% Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Avancem... | Unit 06 M Presentacion de GRAMATICA iAVANZA! Goal: Learn how to form affirmative tu commands. Then practice using them to tell someone you know well to do something. Actividades 5-8 Recuerdas? Daily routines p. 114, telling time p. R12 English Grammar Connection: Remember that you use commands to tell BORGBORGBAL'S BARGESBABABABA someone to do something. In English, there is only one command form. In Spanish, there are formal commands (usted) and familiar commands (tu) REPASO Affirmative tu Commands ANiMaTeDGRaMMaR my.hrw.com You use affirmative tu commands to tell someone you know well to do something. How do you form these commands? Here's how: Regular affirmative tu commands are the same as the usted/el/ella form of a verb in the present tense. Present Tense Affirmative tu Command El escribe el guion y filma la pelicula. He writes the script and films the movie. Escribe el guion y filma la pelicula. Write the script and film the movie. The verbs hacer, ir, and ser are irregular in the tu command form. hacer Haz un documental. Make a documentary. ir Ve al cine. Go to the movie theater. ser iSe bueno! Be good! yo Form | tu Command Some irregular tu commands are based decir digo di on the present-tense yo form. For these uauod verbs, drop the -go ending to form the pongo pon commands. salir salgo sal tener tengo ten venir vengo ven The rules of pronoun placement also apply to affirmative tu commands. Attach pronouns to affirmative commands. Dime. Tell me. When you attach pronouns to verbs with two Presentanos a la directora. or more syllables, add an accent to show stress. Introduce us to the director. Mas practica Cuaderno pp. 249-251 @HOMETUTOR my.hrw.com Cuaderno para hispanohablantes pp. 250-252 Leveled Practice Conjuguemos.com Leccion 1...
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  • Grammatical tense, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Barry O'Callaghan, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Avancem

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