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Conjugate each verb in parentheses to a negative informal command. 1. No (caminar) en el riachuelo. 2. No (subir) las piedras.
3. No (salir) del sendero.
4. No (pisar) las hormigas.
1) No camingo en el riachuelo. 2) No subgo las piedras.
3) No salgo del sendero.
4) No pisgo las hormigas.

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updated FEB 20, 2009
posted by Tiffany

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Oh, I din't no that. Thank you.

samdie said:

Tiffany said:

Samdie, Thank you. The website that I used for the verbs is: http://users.ipfw.edu/jehle/VERBLIST.HTm and I don't see the verb, pisar, anywhere on the page.Thank you for your help.

Don't know about that web site but it's available on this site.

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updated FEB 20, 2009
posted by Tiffany
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Tiffany said:

Samdie, Thank you. The website that I used for the verbs is: http://users.ipfw.edu/jehle/VERBLIST.HTm and I don't see the verb, pisar, anywhere on the page.Thank you for your help.
Don't know about that web site but it's available on this site.

updated FEB 20, 2009
posted by samdie
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Samdie, Thank you. The website that I used for the verbs is: http://users.ipfw.edu/jehle/VERBLIST.HTm and I don't see the verb, pisar, anywhere on the page.Thank you for your help.

updated FEB 20, 2009
posted by Tiffany
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Tiffany said:

1) No camine en el riachuelo. 2) No suba las piedras.

3) No salga del sendero.

4) No pique las hormigas.

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On the page I got from Gerry, it did not have the word "pisar" on it. It only had the words " pescar and picar" on the page that were even close to pisar.
All wrong but most of them are almost right. The problem with the first three is that the instructions call for the informal (tú) command and you have written the formal (usted) form of the imperative. Thus:
1) No camines en el riachuelo
2) No subas las piedras.
3) No salgas del sendero.
4) No pises las hormigas.

As for #4 the verb is 'pisar' (and it's a completely regular -ar verb), so it ought to appear in any conjugator that you consult. However, your base sentence is incorrect, it should be "No piso las hormigas."

updated FEB 20, 2009
posted by samdie
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1) No camine en el riachuelo.
2) No suba las piedras.
3) No salga del sendero.
4) No pique las hormigas.

Is this right yet?
On the page I got from Gerry, it did not have the word "pisar" on it. It only had the words " pescar and picar" on the page that were even close to pisar.

updated FEB 20, 2009
posted by Tiffany
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Mark Baker said:

Hey Tiff!! Mi Amiga!!I see my Special Spanish Friend Heidi is helping you, so I thought I would give you my favourite website link that makes your homework eassssy!!!!Here look : http://users.ipfw.edu/jehle/VERBLIST.HTmAs Heidi says the Negative Commands take the same form as the Subjunctive - look at the chart and see the pattern.... notice at the bottom of the page where it says Negative Forms and then compare the tu form with the subjuctive tu form......The conjugator on Spanishdict doesn't have salir so that is why the above link comes in hand.Hope it helps,Mark.BTW .....Isn't Heidi awesome at Spanish Grammar!!!


Mark, thanks for the link to the site. I love the blank verb form chart! Kat

updated FEB 18, 2009
posted by Kathleen
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Those words are all the verbs you will commonly use.

So for your homework just click on

1) Caminar
2) Subir
3) Salir
4) Pisar

For each Verb word scroll down to where it says Negativo and compare the tu forms to the Subjunctivo table just above. Notice they are the same........that is how the negative commands work just like Heidi explained.

1) No camines...
2) No subas.....
3) No salgas.....
4) No pises.....

That is "the verbs" done so now look at Heidi's answers to get the finished sentences.

Come on Tiff ....go for it!

Tiffany said:

That website has A LOT of words on it. But, thank u very much

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updated FEB 18, 2009
posted by Mark-Baker
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That website has A LOT of words on it. But, thank u very much

updated FEB 18, 2009
posted by Tiffany
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Mark,
Thank u very much. I will definitly use that website. Thank u. And Yes, Heidi is a really good help. I am very happy that she is here helping me. I am happy that ur helping me now 2.

Thank you very much,
Tiffany

updated FEB 18, 2009
posted by Tiffany
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Hey Tiff!! Mi Amiga!!

I see my Special Spanish Friend Heidi is helping you, so I thought I would give you my favourite website link that makes your homework eassssy!!!!

Here look : http://users.ipfw.edu/jehle/VERBLIST.HTm

As Heidi says the Negative Commands take the same form as the Subjunctive - look at the chart and see the pattern.... notice at the bottom of the page where it says Negative Forms and then compare the tu form with the subjuctive tu form......

The conjugator on Spanishdict doesn't have salir so that is why the above link comes in hand.

Hope it helps,

Mark.

BTW .....Isn't Heidi awesome at Spanish Grammar!!!

updated FEB 18, 2009
posted by Mark-Baker
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oh. So r the words u wrote down the answers. It's ok. Everyone makes mistakes. Especially me. Hehe

updated FEB 18, 2009
posted by Tiffany
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Conjugate each verb in parentheses to a negative informal command.

I am sorry i didn't even see this! I thought you had to use present simple here.

We use subjunctive in negative commandssmile

  1. No caminesen el riachuelo.
  2. No subas las piedras.
  3. No salgas del sendero.
  4. No pises las hormigas.
updated FEB 18, 2009
posted by 00494d19
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Is this right, or would u like mw 2 try again?

Here's my try:

1) No hice en el riachuelo.
2) No subi las piedras.
3) No salui edl sendero.
4) No pisce las hormigas.

I got this out of my Spanish book. There are a few more pages, if this is still not right. Trust me, I do not think that this is right.

updated FEB 18, 2009
posted by Tiffany
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Ok. I will try 2 correct them

updated FEB 18, 2009
posted by Tiffany
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Tiffany said:

Would u like me 2 correct it then post my answers again?

I think that would be a good idea, tiffanysmile

Just post the corrected sentences here .

updated FEB 18, 2009
posted by 00494d19