What is the affirmative usted command of decir?

‘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’….Lesson Summary.

Subject Pronoun Decir Affirmative Command
(ustedes) digan

What is the conjugation of decir?

Decir conjugation: basic forms

Subject Present Preterite
dices dijiste
él, ella, Usted dice dijo
nosotros decimos dijimos
vosotros decís dijisteis

What is an affirmative command in Spanish?

As in English, in Spanish we use commands to give someone advice or to tell people what you would like them to do. Formal affirmative commands (usted & ustedes) are used when addressing people in a formal manner or to be polite.

How do you write affirmative commands in Spanish?

Formal Affirmative Commands For -ar verbs, the process is simple. Cut off the infinitive -ar ending and add to the stem the third person present indicative tense -e ending for the -ir and –er verbs. For plural commands, add -en.

How do you use decir?

The singular command form of the verb “decir” is simply di. So if you want to tell someone to say something in Spanish, you can simply say “di” + what you want them to say. The reason it might seem like there are so many forms, though, is because “di” combines with pronouns and attaches them onto the word itself.

What is decir?

The verb decir usually means “to say” or “to tell”.

What are usted commands?

Usted and ustedes commands are created like negative tú commands and are used for both affirmative and negative commands. To create an usted command, remember the mantra: form of yo, drop the – o, add the opposite ending.

What is decir in subjunctive?

Using the chart below you can learn how to conjugate the Spanish verb decir in Present Subjunctive tense….Mode: Subjunctive.

Personal Pronoun Conjugation
Yo diga
Tu digas
El/Ella diga
Nosotros digamos