How do I conjugate familiar commands?

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Say I ask Tim to bring me an orange, How would I translate that in spanish? the word I am focused on is conjugating BRING.

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updated OCT 5, 2009
posted by vzavala2009

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Use this as a starting point Imperative, then try conjugating your verb here

If you want someone to check your answer for you, just post it on this thread.

updated OCT 5, 2009
edited by Izanoni1
posted by Izanoni1
Your link is to the conjugator which will not conjugate "bring"
Sorry Eddy and Vzaval...I was assuming that the question pertained to the grammar rules and conjugation of verbs in the imperative and not to the definition of the word in question.
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Tu familiar commands - Step 1: Tu form "Traes," Step 2: Drop the s "Trae"

As in "Tim, trae la naranja"

If you need an indirect object (bring me the orange), it goes on the end of the command with an accent on the second to last vowel.

As in "Tim, tráeme la naranja"

updated OCT 5, 2009
edited by profeking
posted by profeking
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to bring is traer

updated OCT 5, 2009
posted by levy
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Before using Izanoni link "here" you need the Spanish word for bring. Click on the link below and type in the word to get the Spanish equivalent.

Dictionary

updated OCT 5, 2009
posted by Eddy