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Los mandatos: el modo imperativo NCCU Primavera 2007
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¿ para qué se usan los mandatos? Para hablar directamente al oyente. Para atraer al oyente a tu mensaje. Para lograr algo. Speak directly to the listener. Attract the listener to your message. To get something done!
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¿ cómo se usan los mandatos? Normalmente aparecen en segunda persona (tú o usted) Son el verbo principal de la expresión. They appear normally in second person. They are the principal verb of the expression.
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Formas del imperativo Hay dos formas: Formal Informal Hay dos expresiones: Positivas Negativas
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formal Informal positivo escuche, hable, espere, camine entienda, beba, aprenda, viva diga, ponga, vaya duérmase, póngase hágame, préstemelo escucha, habla, espera, camina entiende, bebe, aprende, vive di, pon, ve duérmete, ponte hazme, préstamelo negativo no escuche, no hable, no espere, no camine no entienda, no beba, no aprenda, no viva no diga, no ponga, no vaya no se duerma, no se ponga
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This note was uploaded on 08/08/2010 for the course SPN 312L taught by Professor Garrett during the Summer '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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