Negative Informal (Tú) Commands
Negative informal commands, also called negative tú commands are used to tell a friend, family member of the same age or younger, classmate, child, or pet not to do something.
Negative Informal Imperative Forms
The negative informal imperative, yet another term used to describe negative tú commands, is formed differently than the affirmative informal imperative. It is actually formed much like the negative formal imperative in that it uses the present subjunctive form of the verb. Another way to form the negative informal command if you already know your formal commands is to add an -s to the end of the negative formal command.
|Infinitive||Negative Formal Command||Negative Informal Command|
Irregular Negative Informal Commands
If a verb is irregular in the present subjunctive, it maintains the same irregular form in the negative informal command.
In negative informal commands, the pronoun goes between the negative word (like no or nunca) and the verb.