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What is the formal command for "place"?

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whats the formal command for place

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updated FEB 22, 2010
edited by --Mariana--
posted by cLindquist

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For clarification in the future view this reference page. "http://www.spanishdict.com/answers/100063/imperative"

I can't think of any other type of "place" other than "to place" like positioning or lay, etc.

In English there is no difference between formal and informal commands.

English:

  • Formal: "Place"
  • Informal: "Place"

español:

  • Formal: "Ponga"
  • Informal: "Pon" y "no pongas"

In Spanish there are two informal tú commands. One is for ordering someone to do something, and the other is for ordering someone not to do something.


For an understanding of formal commands, view this video and to expand your understanding of the imperative further view the videos about informal as well here and here.


No puedo pensar ni otra tipo de "place" distinto de "to place" como poniendo, etc.

En inglés hay no diferencia entre comandos formal y informal.

English:

  • Formal: "Place"
  • Informal: "Place"

español:

  • Formal: "Ponga"
  • Informal: "Pon" y "no pongas"

En español hay dos comandos informal para "tú." El primero es para mandar a alguien a hago algo, y el otro es para mandar a alguien a no hago nada.

updated FEB 22, 2010
posted by Fredbong
My horse placed in the 3rd race. - samdie, FEB 22, 2010
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You'll have to be a bit clearer with your question. Do you mean "place" as in "I placed my keys on the table?"

updated FEB 21, 2010
posted by --Mariana--
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