Lesson 136: Study Spanish conjugations: Imperative Affirmative

Spanish lesson #136: Today we will study Spanish conjugation of the Imperative tense in the affirmative. The reason why in Spanish we separate the Affirmative Imperative from the Negative Imperative into two independent tenses, is because the conjugation changes for the 2nd person of the singular (tú) and the 2nd person of the plural (vosotros).

Ex: ¡Corre más rápido! (Run faster!).

This is the seventh of a series of 22 lessons dedicated to teaching all the 22 different conjugation forms in Spanish, and I will teach you the rules for conjugating all the regular verbs that belong to each of the three different groups of Spanish verbs: The verbs that end in -AR, the verbs that end in -ER, and the verbs that end in -IR.

If you’d like to jump into any of the 22 lessons from this Spanish conjugation series, just click on the links below:

Lesson 130 – Conjugating regular verbs: Simple Present
Lesson 131 – Conjugating regular verbs: Simple Past
Lesson 132 – Conjugating the Spanish regular verbs: Simple Future
Lesson 133 – Conjugating the regular verbs: Future 2
Lesson 134 – Conjugating the regular verbs: Present Continuous
Lesson 135 – Conjugation tense: Pretérito Imperfecto del Indicativo
Lesson 136 – Conjugation tense: Spanish Imperative in the Affirmative
Lesson 137 – Conjugation tense: Imperativo Negativo
Lesson 138 – Conjugation: Spanish Conditional Simple tense
Lesson 139 – Conjugation tense: Conditional Perfect
Lesson 140 – Tense: Spanish Present Perfect (Pretérito Perfecto del Modo Indicativo)
Lesson 141 – Conjugation: Past Perfect (Pret.Pluscuamperfecto del Indicativo)
Lesson 142 –  Tense: Pret. Anterior del Indicativo (Past Perfect)
Lesson 143 – Tense: Spanish Future Perfect (Futuro Perfecto del Indicativo)
Lesson 144 – Tense: Spanish Past Simple Continuous
Lesson 145 – Spanish Future Continuous tense
Lesson 146 – Spanish Subjunctive tense: Presente del Subjuntivo
Lesson 147 – Spanish Subjunctive tense: Pret. Imperfecto
Lesson 148 – Spanish Future Subjunctive Tense
Lesson 149 – Spanish Subjunctive tense: Present Perfect
Lesson 150 – Spanish Subjunctive tense: Past Perfect
Lesson 151 – Spanish Subjunctive tense: Future Perfect

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Although we will be focussing more on vocabulary and grammar, pay attention to the Spanish pronunciation in these video lessons, and remember to practice repeating the same words and sounds.

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