In Spanish there is a short list of irregular verbs in El Imperativo for the tú form. These are known as short imperatives.
These are the irregular verbs for the tú form in El Imperativo:
- Tener (to have) = Ten
- Venir (to come) = Ven
- Salir (to go out) = Sal
- Poner (to put) = Pon
- Decir (to say) = Di
- Hacer (to do) = Haz
- Ir (to go) = Ve
- Ser (to be) = Sé
Have a look and listen to some examples:
¡Ten cuidado!Be careful! [lit: have care]
Nuria ¡ven aquí!Nuria, come here!
¡Sal ahora mismo de aquí!Get out of here right now!
Carlos ¡Pon los libros en su sitio!Carlos, put the books away!
¡Di algo por favor!Say something please!
¡Haz tus deberes!Do your homework!
María! Ve al mercado!María, go to the market!
See also Forming the imperative of tú for most verbs (affirmative commands) and Forming the Spanish imperative of vosotros for all verbs (affirmative commands)
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