What is the usted command for decir?

What is the usted command for decir?

Command Form of Decir

Subject Pronoun Decir Affirmative Command Translation
(tú) di you (informal, singular) say/tell
(vosotros/as) decid (you) (informal, plural) say/tell
(ustedes) digan (they)/(you) (formal, plural) say/tell

What is the affirmative usted command of decir?

Affirmative Tú Form Commands

infinitive: affirmative tú command:
decir di
hacer haz
ir ve
poner pon

How do you do usted commands?

To create an usted command, remember the mantra: form of yo, drop the – o, add the opposite ending. Think of the present tense yo form of the verb you want to make into an usted command, then drop the – o ending and add the él, ella, or usted ending normally used for the opposite kind of verb.

What is the meaning of decir command?

‘Decir’ means ‘to say’ and ‘to tell’. We often need to order, suggest, or instruct others to say or tell something in particular. This lesson covers both the affirmative and negative commands of ‘decir’. You may think the word ‘command’ sounds a bit bossy.

How do you conjugate decir in Latin?

Practice conjugating decir. Participles. Present: diciendo. Past: dicho. Vos is an informal second person singular (you) form used in parts of Latin America. Include vos.

What are the usted and ustedes command forms?

The Usted and Ustedes command forms are the Ud. and Uds. form of the Present Subjunctive. Here are the endings for the formal commands: If the Yo form is irregular in the Present Tense, it will be irregular in the Formal & Plural command form.

What are the commands in Spanish?

The commands serve to tell someone to say/tell something, give advice, instructions, tips, etc. Spain typically uses the vosotros form for groups of friends and family, while Latin America uses ustedes. To unlock this lesson you must be a Study.com Member.