How do you say 'calm down' in Spanish?
Giving Commands in Spanish:
In order to tell someone to calm down in Spanish, we can use the imperative forms of two different verbs. These verbal forms will vary depending on the situation and on how many people we're addressing.
Answer and Explanation:
The command ''calm down'' can be translated in several ways in Spanish. In all cases, we use the imperative forms corresponding to the reflexive verbs...
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In this lesson, we will learn how to conjugate and use the informal commands in Spanish, including affirmative and negative commands. We will also practice some vocabulary referring to chores and errands.