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Gli Imperativi. Giving commands in Italian. What is an Imperative?. Imperatives are commands or pleas to do something. Some examples in English would be: Look! Stop! Let’s go!. Imperatives in Italian.

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Gli imperativi

Gli Imperativi

Giving commands in Italian


What is an imperative
What is an Imperative?

  • Imperatives are commands or pleas to do something.

  • Some examples in English would be:

  • Look!

  • Stop!

  • Let’s go!


Imperatives in italian
Imperatives in Italian

  • Commands in Italian can only be given in the tu, noi, voi, Lei and Loroforms.

  • Affirmative commands are those where you are telling someone to do something.

  • The following are command forms for ARE verbs:

  • tunoivoi

  • Guarda!*Guardiamo! Guardate!

  • *Tu command forms of Regular ARE verbs changes the last letter to an ‘a’.


Imperatives in italian1
Imperatives in Italian

  • The following are command forms for ERE verbs:

  • tunoivoi

  • Prendi! Prendiamo! Prendete!

  • The following are command forms for IRE verbs:

  • tunoivoi

  • Finisci! Finiamo! Finite!


Negative imperatives
Negative Imperatives

  • The following are negative command forms for regular ARE verbs:

  • tunoivoi

  • Non guardate!* Non guardiamo! Non guardate!

  • *When forming a negative command in the “tu” form with a regular ARE , ERE or IRE verb, use non + the inifinitive.


Negative imperatives1
Negative Imperatives

  • The following are negative command forms for regular ERE verbs:

  • tunoivoi

  • Non prendere! Non prendiamo! Non prendete!

  • The following are negative command forms for regular IRE verbs:

  • tunoivoi

  • Non finire! Non finiamo! Non finite!


Commands with reflexive verbs
Commands with Reflexive Verbs

  • When a reflexive verb is used in a command form, the reflexive pronoun is attached to the end of the conjugated verb.

  • For example:

  • tuvoi

  • Svegliati! Sbrigatevi!