Imperative Verbs in Spanish

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Which of the following is an imperative form corresponding to ?

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1.

Select the option that best fills in the blank:

Laura, _____ el postre. (Laura, prepare the dessert.)

2.

Select the form of the verb venir that you'd use to address a friend:

_____ a mi casa esta tarde. (Come to my house this evening.)

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Our quiz/worksheet combo checks to see how well you know Spanish imperative verbs. When you take this quiz, you'll be asked to complete Spanish translations using the correct verb form and identify the right way to conjugate verbs in a variety of situations.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Before taking the quiz, make sure you can:

  • Identify an imperative form that corresponds with
  • Complete practice translation sentences with the correct Spanish verb form
  • Choose the correct forms of the verbs venir and cenar that are used to address a friend
  • Recall how to use poner when addressing a group of friends in Spain

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding how to use regular and irregular Spanish verbs in the imperative form
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related Spanish imperative verbs lesson
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the forms of venir and cenar used to address a friend

Additional Learning

If you'd like to get better at using imperative verbs in Spanish, take a look at our lesson called Imperative Verbs in Spanish. This lesson will help you answer the questions on the quiz as well as do the following:

  • List the most common imperative verbs in Spanish
  • Recognize when the form usted is used
  • Make suggestions using imperative verbs
  • Review examples of how to use Spanish verbs in the imperative form
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