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Imperative (Commands) 
Cheat Sheet
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person informal “tú” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g., How are you?).
(imperative; second person singular)
a. come
Ven aquí, que te quiero enseñar una cosa.Come here. I want to show you something.
2. (perceive with the eyes; third person plural)
a. they see
Si ven esta maravilla de computadora, no se van a conformar con la más barata.If they see this wonderful computer, they won't be happy with the cheaper one.
b. see
Las águilas ven mejor que los seres humanos.Eagles see better than people.
3. (perceive with the eyes; second person plural)
a. you see
Si ven unas gafas de sol sin dueño, son las mías. Las he perdido.If you see a pair of unclaimed sunglasses, they're mine. I've lost them.
4. (understand; third person plural)
a. they see
Si ven que soy trabajador y cumplidor, ¿por qué no iban a renovarme el contrato?If they see I'm hard-working and reliable, why wouldn't they renew my contract?
b. see
Cuando los alumnos ven que tomas en cuenta sus ideas, responden mejor.When students see that you take their opinions into consideration, they respond better.
5. (understand; second person plural)
a. you see
He intentado hacerles comprender la gravedad de la situación, pero solo ven lo que quieren ver.I've tried to make you understand the seriousness of the situation, but you only see what you choose to see.
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