The Imperative of Irregular Verbs (Review) Posted by on Feb 22, 2010 in Spanish Grammar

Let’s review today the forms of the imperative of some very common verbs in Spanish, both the affirmative and negative forms.


haz – no hagas
haga – no haga
hagamos – no hagamos
haced – no hagáis
hagan – no hagan


pon – no pongas
ponga – no ponga
pongamos – no pongamos
poned – no pongáis
pongan – no pongan


sé – no seas
sea – no sea
seamos – no seamos
sed – no seáis
sean – no sean


ten – no tengas
tenga – no tenga
tengamos – no tengamos
tened – no tengáis
tengan – no tengan


di – no digas
diga – no diga
digamos – no digamos
decid – no digáis
digan – no digan


vete – no te vayas
váyase – no se vaya
vayámonos – no nos vayamos
idos/iros – no os vayáis
váyanse – no se vayan


sal – no salgas
salga – no salga
salgamos – no salgamos
salid – no salgáis
salgan – no salgan


ven – no vengas
venga – no venga
vengamos – no vengamos
venid – no vengáis
vengan – no vengan

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About the Author: Adir

English / Spanish teacher and translator for over 20 years. I have been blogging since 2007 and I am also a professional singer in my spare time.


  1. andreas:

    Hola Adir!
    Gracias por el blog. Es siempre bien repasar la gramática.