"Que" Commands and Infinitive Commands
Indirect commands are often used for giving commands through a third party or to an unspecified recipient. You'll see them used in signs, instructions, and recipes. There are two kinds of indirect commands: que commands and infinitive commands.
Que Command Formula
que + present subjunctive
If you've forgotten how to conjugate the present subjunctive, check out this article.
Here are some examples of que commands. Notice how they follow the above formula.
To form an affirmative infinitive command, simply use the infinitive. Don't conjugate anything!
To form a negative infinitive command, simply use the word no and the infinitive. Once again, don't conjugate anything!