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Spanish Imperative Mood

Spanish Imperative Mood

Quick Answer

The imperative mood is used to tell someone to do something in a direct manner. More simply put, sentences in the imperative mood are commands.

Example: Aprende español.  (Learn Spanish.)

There are many different types of commands in Spanish, including   commands, usted  commands, ustedes  commands, nosotros  commands, que  commands and infinitive commands. Check out our articles covering all of these command types!

  1. Affirmative Informal (Tú) Commands

  2. Negative Informal (Tú) Commands

  3. Formal Affirmative and Negative Commands

  4. Nosotros Commands

  5. Que Commands and Indirect Commands

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