Learn about the imperative with reflexive pronouns in Spanish
When using affirmative commands with reflexive verbs, you always place the pronoun after the commanding verb, attached to it.
1. The affirmative command of the nosotros/nosotras (1st person plural) loses the -s of the -mos ending when the verb is reflexive.
2. For learners of European Spanish it's also important to note that the affirmative command of the vosotros/vosotras (2nd person plural) loses the -d of the commanding verb when the verb is reflexive.
Note that verb ir (to go) has two different forms for the affirmative command of the 2nd person plural (vosotros/vosotras):
When conjugating verbs with reflexive pronouns in El Imperativo you will often need to add an accent [ ´ ] in accordance with the Spanish rules for written accents.
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