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Please correct my work please: This is what I'm working on: Command form(imperative mood)negative familiar/polite. I have to change the following affirmative commands to the negative form. (write the word no, the object pronoun(s), and the negative command in the spaces to the right.Please help:

Ponganselos ahora:
= No los ponganlos ahora

Cierrelas antes de salir
= no las cierre antes de salir

Esperenme depues de la clase
(I'm lost)

Enseneselas a ella
= No se las ensene a ella

Digame lo que paso
=

Cuentamelo ahora
=

Vendemelos a buen precio
=

Digame la verdad
=

Piensalo antes de hacerlo
=

Pintela de negro
=

Enciendamela ahora
=

Inscribete en ese curso
=

Quitatelos antes de comer
=

Repitesela al chofer
=

Llevalo al cine esta tarde
=

Desela al nino
=

I know you won't help me with everything. So could you give me a mini lesson when doing these exercises.

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  1. Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Actually I gave you an "in depth" lesson on both the Single-Object Pronoun and then the Double-Object Pronoun.

    Did you study them? I wa w aiting for question you might have, but didn't see any.

    Affirmative commands = verb + object pronouns + written accent marks.
    Negative commands = No, + object pronouns + verb, rarely with a written accent mark.

    Now for the correction:

    1. ACCENTS! Pónganselos = No se los pongan. NOTE: You can NOT have BOTH positions = before AND after the verb. The model had 2 object pronouns. You must pick them BOTH up and put them in front.

    2. Ciérrlas = no las cierre
    NOTE: If you need to know how to make accent marks with your computer, I need to know if you have a PC or a MAC, Windows or not. I have a MAC and it's so much easier to make accent marks than with a PC!

    3. Espérenme = No me esperen (going from "wait for me" to "don't wait for me." Why were you lost on this one? The main verb is esperar = to wait for / to hope.

    4. Enséñeselas = No se las enseñe.

    5. Dígame = No me diga (lo que = what and is NOT an object pronoun here)

    6. Cuéntamelo = No me lo cuentes. You saw the tú affirmative to give the tú negative, with the vowel change + s.

    7. Véndemelos = No me los vende
    Actually you got the first ones so I can't see why you suddenly stopped giving answers!

    8. Dígame = No me diga

    9. Piénsalo = No lo pienses (again tú command with vowel change)

    10. Píntela = No la pinte

    11. OK, I stop right here! Now, find the pattern, restudy the indepth lessons from the other day, and YOU try the rest! Then I'll check them for you.

    Sra

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