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Notice that the   command for  ser  is the same as the present tense  yo  form of the verb  saber Sometimes the context of the sentence will make it clear which of the two is intended; however,  placing the subject pronoun after the command further clarifies the meaning. Notice in the following  examples how using a subject pronoun will clarify these identical twins.  Sé tú un buen niño mientras tu madre va de compras.   Be a good boy while your mother goes shopping. (affirmative   command,  ser Yo sé la respuesta.   I know the answer. (present tense  yo  form,  saber)   Negative   commands  The present tense  yo  form is the base for creating a negative   command. Most verbs that stem 
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This note was uploaded on 11/06/2011 for the course SPAN 101 taught by Professor Oliveros during the Fall '09 term at Texas State.

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