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Formal & Informal Spanish Imperatives - Chapter Summary
These engaging, mobile-friendly lessons outline the formal and informal Spanish imperatives in a easy-to-follow and convenient format. You'll learn to make commands in both the affirmative and negative and reinforce your studies through fun practice activities.
Use the video tabs feature to easily skip ahead or go back and review any of the material in the video lessons. For a handy vocabulary list, you can access the printable lesson transcripts to quickly make study guides. Our instructors are available to provide assistance if you struggle with any of the lessons. This chapter is designed to help you meet the following objectives:
- Use formal and informal commands in Spanish, using both the affirmative and negative
- Practice informal and formal commands with an activity
- Review to-do lists to further solidify your understanding of commands in Spanish
1. Formal Commands in Spanish: Affirmative & Negative
In this lesson, we will learn how to conjugate and use the formal commands in Spanish, including affirmative and negative commands. We will also practice vocabulary related to chores and errands.
2. Informal Commands in Spanish: Affirmative & Negative
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.
3. Formal vs. Informal Commands: Spanish Practice Activity
Now that you've learned about formal and informal commands, you'd probably like some practice using them. This practice lesson let's you see conversations that need both forms so you can practice.
4. To-Do Lists with Commands: Spanish Practice Activity
After studying formal and informal commands, you may want some practice. In this lesson, you'll get to see how commands are applied when making to-do lists. You'll also get a chance to review the difference between informal and formal commands.
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