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Can you make a negative command and another command (negative or affirmative) with a double object pronoun. They are in a writing about why tattos are in fashion and what they want to express.

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    It would have helped if you had had something specific in mind!

    ¿ los tatuajes? (tattoos?)
    démelos (give them to me)
    no me los dé (do not/don't give them to me)

    (First thing I thought of!)

    Any command (affirmative or negative) can be given for tú, usted, nosotros/nosotras, vosotros/vosotras, ustedes.

    Regular verbs:
    hablar = habla (tú) no hables (tú)
    hable (usted) no hable
    hablemos (nosotros/nosotras) no hablemos
    hablad (vosotros/vosotras) no habléis
    hablen (ustedes) no hablen

    comer = come, no comas
    coma, no coma
    comamos, no comamos
    comed, no comáis
    coman, no coman

    vivir = vive, no vivas
    viva, no viva
    vivamos, no vivamos
    vivid, no viváis
    vivan, no vivan

    Since you are asking at this point, you have probably not met the irregulars yet. (Any verb with the "yo" form irregular, such as decir = digo = di (tú) & no digas)

    As for object pronouns with commands. With affirmative commands, they are attached to the verb (as in the first example I gave you) with accent marks on the vowel you want to hear) and in the negative they take the usual position, in front of the conjugated verb.

    Direct-Object Pronouns: me, te, lo, la, nos, os, los, las

    Indirect-Object Pronouns: me, te, le, nos, os, les (*le or les followed by lo, la, los, OR las, is changed to "se."

    Indirect-Object Pronoun precedes Direct-Object Pronoun.

    If I missed anything you wanted to know at this time, just let me know!

    Sra

    Sra

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