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.


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