posted by Amy on .
for tu commands:
Bring it! = traelo
Bring it (negative)! = no lo traes
or "no lo traigas" ?
no lo traigas
think "yo form", then flip endings (er verb so as ending)
If an accent mark is required, it MUST be there or your verb will be marked wrong.
being it = tráelo
don't = no lo traigas
If the verb is regular, use the 3rd person singular: él lo trae = statement but tráelo = bring it = command
The negative will use the "yo" form as the root with the "opposite vowel" meaning an -ar verb uses "e" while an "er" or "ir" verb use "a."
hablar = habla/no hables
comer = come / no comas
vivir = vive / no vivas
How do you change the following underlined word toa direct object pronoun and position it correctly?
Toca usted ese instlumento?