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¿Reglas de pronombres objetives en imperativo?

Sé que cuando se usa el imperativo con algunos pronombres reflexivos, se necesita cambiar el fin del verbo, por ejemplo: Vamos(nos) cambia a vámonos. ¿Hay otros casos cuando se necesita hacer eso con pronombres objetos?

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3 years ago

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Reply3 years ago

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:( la lección no tiene la información que necesito, pero gracias por mostrármela

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Reply3 years ago

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http://studyspanish.com/lessons/noscomm.htm
As with other commands, a written accent is often required when pronouns are added. With affirmative commands, the final "s" of the verb form is dropped before adding the pronouns "nos" or "se."

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Reply3 years ago

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Are there any rules like that with ustedes commands, seeing as they also end in a consonant?

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Reply3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/ElimGarak

http://studyspanish.com/lessons/formcomm.htm You-all bring them to me! (Tráiganmelas ustedes!) It seems like "All Ud. (usted) and Uds. (ustedes) commands are the same as the Ud. and Uds. present subjunctive forms." is the general rule - so I don't see any particular spelling changes.

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Reply13 years ago