Spanish Commands - Creating Commands

Updated: 4/13/2021
Spanish Commands - Creating Commands
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Spanish Commands Lesson Plans

Spanish Commands

Lesson Plans by Lourdes Fernandez

Students quickly grasp the imperative concept once asked to picture their parent or guardian ordering them around: “Study.” “Eat your vegetables.” “Take out the trash.” From there, the teacher can explain the difference between an affirmative, “Take out the trash”, and a negative command, “Don’t take out the trash.”


Spanish Commands

Storyboard Description

Spanish Commands practice - Creating commands in Spanish

Storyboard Text

  • -AR VERB
  • Pintar =
  • to paint
  • Present Tense
  • ÉlEllaUd.
  • Subject
  • pint
  • Stem
  • oas
  • a
  • amosáisan
  • Endings
  • oas
  • Tú Command
  • ¡Pinta!
  • -IR VERB
  • Escribir =
  • to write
  • ÉlEllaUd.
  • Subject
  • escrib
  • Stem
  • oes
  • e
  • imosísen
  • Endings
  • ¡Escribe!
  • BOOT VERB
  • Pensar =
  • to think
  • ÉlEllaUd.
  • Subject
  • piens
  • Stem
  • oas
  • a
  • amosáisan
  • Endings
  • ¡Piensa!