¡Fuera de mi casa ahora!
From the show ¿Dónde está Elisa? this command was shouted ¡Fuera de mi casa ahora!
Would this be a 'normal' way of ordering someone out of your house? I didn't know fuera could be used as a command. Just wondering.
Normal? It's rather abrupt. "Out of my house! Now!" Fuera isn't a command; it means out.
It's exactly the same as English "Out of my house, now!". No verb there, either. Doesn't really seem necessary. And, yes, it is a common way of kicking people out of your house.
Hi, Jack..."Fuera" can be used for this, just as in English.
This is another way of saying, "¡Sácate de mi casa ahora mismo!"
"Attention" is a well-known command in English which doesn't use a verb. So who needs the formality of saying "Get out of my house"?
out fron my home righ now