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03 Affirmative Tú commands – Irregulars

Hola. In this video lesson we’re going to continue talking about the affirmative tú commands. While most of the verbs are pretty easy (as we saw in the first video on this topic), of course there have to be some irregular commands. And the best part is they are all some of the most common Spanish verbs!

Enjoy!

General rule: (click image to see larger version)

irregular tu commands (redo)

Vocabulario:

verbos (verbs):

  • abrir – to open
    • abre – s/he opens
  • aprender – to learn
  • bailar – to dance
  • beber – to drink
  • caerse – to fall down
    • se cae – s/he falls down
  • caminar – to walk
    • camina – s/he walks
  • cocina – to cook
  • comer – to eat
  • comprar – to buy
  • correr – to run
  • describir – to describe
  • dormir – to sleep
  • entrar en – to enter (place)
    • entra en – s/he enters (place)
  • estar – to be
    • está – it is
    • estamos – we are
  • exclamar – to exclaim
    • exclama – s/he exclaims
  • gritar – to yell, scream
    • grita – s/he yells, screams
  • haber – for there to be
    • hay – there is, there are
  • hablar – to talk
  • hacer – to do, to make
    • hace frí­o – it is cold
  • invitar – to invite
  • irse – to leave
  • jugar – to play
    • juega – s/he plays
  • leer – to read
  • llegar – to arrive
  • llorar – to cry
    • llorando – crying
  • pasar – to pass, to happen, to occur
    • pasó – it happened, it passed, it occurred
  • pegar – to hit
    • le pega – s/he hits him/her
  • ponerse – to put on [clothing]
  • preguntar – to ask
    • le pregunta – s/he asks him/her
  • responder – to respond
    • le responde – s/he responds him/her
  • querer – to want
    • quiere – s/he wants
  • salir de – to leave (place)
  • sentarse – to sit down
  • tener cuidado – to be careful (literally: “to have care”)
  • tocar a la puerta – to knock on the door
    • toca a la puerta – s/he knocks on the door
  • trabajar – to work
  • usar – to use

otro (other):

  • antes de – before [action/thing]
  • de – from
  • desordenado, desordenada – messy
  • en – in
  • feo, fea – ugly
  • feliz – happy
  • hacia – towards
  • le – to him, to her
  • lo que – what (in statement)
  • mi(s) – my
  • muy – very
  • no – no
  • paciente(s) – patient
  • para – for
  • pero – but
  • por – for
  • por todas partes – everywhere
  • primero – first
  • qué – what
  • su(s) – his, her, your (formal), their, your (plural)
  • sucio, sucia – dirty
  • tu(s) – your
  • y – and
  • ya – already

sustantivos (nouns):

  • algo – something
  • aquí­ – here
  • el baño – the bathroom
  • la casa – the house
  • el cesto – the basket
  • el coche – the car
  • el cuarto – the room
  • el fregadero – the sink
  • el hijo – the son
  • el hermano – the brother
  • el refrigerador – the refrigerator
  • el viaje – the trip
  • la bicicleta – the bike
  • la escuela – school
  • la fiesta – the party
  • la leche – the milk
  • la mamá – the mom
  • la ropa – clothes, clothing
  • la tarea – the homework
  • la televisión – the television
  • la verdad – the truth
  • los platos – the dishes, plates
  • mijo – my son
  • una chaqueta – a jacket
  • una tienda – a store
  • un favor – a favor
  • unos amigos – some friends

Related videos:

  1. Affirmative Tú Commands
  2. Negative Tú Commands
  3. Tú Commands with Object Pronouns
  4. Usted Commands
  5. Ustedes Commands
  6. Nosotros commands
  7. Vosotros commands

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