El modo imperativo en español

El modo imperativo se utiliza para dar ordenes, instrucciones o consejos.

El modo imperativo en español.
  • Dar órdenes: “Roberto, pon la mesa, por favor”.
  • Dar instrucciones: “Primero introduzca la moneda, después marque el número”.
  • Ofrecer algo: “Coge más tarta”.
  • Dar consejos: “Si bebes, no conduzcas”.

Formas del modo imperativo

Verbos regulares

HABLARCORRERVIVIR
(tú)HablaCorreVive
(vosotros)HabladCorredVivid
(usted)HableCorraViva
(ustedes)HablenCorranVivan

Verbos irregulares

A) Verbos con la misma irregularidad que el presente de indicativo:

CERRARCONTARREPETIRCONDUCIRCONSTRUIRCONSEGUIR
(tú)CierraCuentaRepiteConduceConstruyeConsigue
(vosotros)CerradContadRepetidConduzcaConstruyaConsiga
(usted)CierreCuenteRepitaConducidConstruidConseguid
(ustedes)CierrenCuentenRepitanConduzcanConstruyanConsigan

B) Verbos totalmente irregulares:

DECIR HACER IRSEPONER SALIRSERTENER VENIROÍRSABER
(tú)DiHazVetePonSalTenVenOyeSabe
(vosotros) DecidHacedIdosPonedSalidSedTenedVenidOídSabed
(usted)DigaHagaVáyasePongaSalgaSeaTengaVengaOigaSepa
(ustedes) Digan HaganVáyanse Pongan Salgan Sean Tengan Vengan Oigan Sepan

En este vídeo, el gran chef Nando y nuestra jefa de estudios, Jenny, te van a enseñar más sobre el modo imperativo.

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¿Qué opinan nuestros alumnos de nuestros cursos de español?


Estas son algunas de las opiniones de nuestros alumnos. ¡Los premios nos los dais vosotros!

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Andrew C Avatar
Andrew C
5 star rating
Nothing but positive things to say about Taronja I've spent 3 weeks at Taronja and i have nothing but positive things to say about the school. All of the lessons are really engaging and the staff incredibly helpful, friendly and patient (vital when trying to teach me a foreign language!). I'm in my mid 40's and what i particularly like is how well the school is geared up for students of all ages. Cracking stuff all round.
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Kelly Robinson Avatar
Kelly Robinson
I had a fantastic experience at Taronja, I was only there a week, but cannot believe how much my Spanish has improved from a very basic level. Our professors, Pablo & Teresa were wonderful, they made the classes interactive and interesting, and were excellent at making everyone feel welcome. I am already planning my next trip!
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Fedele CV Berta Ochando
recomiendo esta escuela por ser una de las escuelas acreditadas por el Instituto Cervantes y pertenece a Fedele Comunidad Valenciana. Cumple con todos los requisitos de escuela segura y las actividades que realizan integran a los estudiantes en la cultura de la Comunidad Valenciana y sobre todo de Valencia.
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alexandrautkina87
5 star rating
Taronja es la mejor escuela de español en Valencia Fue un placer y buena experiencia pasar en Taronja dos semanas inolvidables aprendiendo español con mejores profesores entre los estudiantes de todo el mundo. He elegido esta escuela porque es el Centro acreditado por el Instituto Cervantes. Tuve suerte de estar a la presentación de Taronja en Moscú y conocer a los profes y su manera de enseñar. Desde entonces tenía muchas ganas de conocer Valencia y estudiar en Taronja. No me quedé desilusionada, todo fue genial! Buena ubicación, ambiente amistoso, actividades interesantes para todos los gustos. Taronja es como una familia grande para sus alumnos, sigo en contacto con mis compañeros del grupo y algunos profes. Es una exelente posibilidad combinar los estudios con el descanso a la playa y el ocio cultural. A pesar de algunos inconvenientes del alojamiento (vivía en apartamento compartido) he estado muy contenta por mi viaje. Este año vuelvo a Valencia y Taronja.
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Callum McLean
I have already studied at Taronja three times now over five years and I can safely say that I would never go ANYWHERE else to learn Spanish! The teachers are brilliant and the atmosphere is super-relaxed, which makes the lessons not only useful but really enjoyable and sociable. The classrooms and the whole building (with terrace and common room) are decorated really colourfully, which makes it a very comfortable and non-imposing environment to learn in - as well as a very central location, which couldn't be easier to get to. But the best thing about Taronja is the team of friendly staff and their regular programme of activities. I almost go more for the social side of things than anything else, because their regular day- and weekend-trips are so much fun that even relatively shy, grumpy people like me can't help but have a fantastic time and leave with a bunch of new international friends. I couldn't recommend Taronja enough! See you there 🙂
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Nathalie B.
I am student who just finished high school and decided to take a gap year and learn a language. One of my friends was in Taronja School last year for 3 months and she loved it, so she recommended me to spend some time there in Valencia. I spent 6 months in the school and had one of the best times of my life. I arrived with a very low spanish level, and weeks after weeks, I could see my progress. Later in October, I felt confortable enough with my spanish to take the DELE-B2 preparation lessons at the school as well. Coming to Valencia, I never thought I would improve that fast. Even more, the teachers are very nice and pay attention to every student in the class. Finally, what makes the school also so special are the activities, they make it very easy to meet other students and make friends as soon as you arrive. I definitely wanna come back again!
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Alberto Cerdan Ariza
Its social program is amazing, with a better atmosphere between students and teachers 🙂
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Lee Freeman Avatar
Lee Freeman
I spent a fantastic week at Taronja in May 2019. The booking process was really straightforward (and I appreciated being able to sort out my accommodation through the school too) albeit a little embarrassing when recording a video of myself to have my level assessed 🙈. The booking information I received indicated that someone would be there to greet me at the accommodation upon arrival, but this wasn't the case – I didn't mind though because I'm a grown up and don't really need looking out for like that. The teachers and supporting staff were really friendly and helpful. The classes were challenging and taught entirely in Spanish, which I think is really beneficial and, for the level I was at (~B1), falling back to English shouldn't really be necessary. In the week I was there we alternated between days studying grammar (the present subjunctive) and more 'relaxing' days where we dived deeper into other topics such as ser/estar and por/para (though I would have been happier doing even more grammar studies, but maybe I'm just a glutton for punishment). I think what really stood out about my week at Taronja was the effort put into the social activities. There were things to do every evening and a weekend excursion had been organized too (but unfortunately I had to fly home that day and couldn't attend), so even if you arrive as a solo learner/traveller, you'll be able to find people to hang out with fairly quickly. In case it isn't clear, I wouldn't hesitate to recommend studying at Taronja, however I feel that attending for 1 week simply wasn't enough. Many of the people I met were staying for any amount of time from 3 weeks to 3 months. It's for this reason that I intend to return to Taronja next month for 2 weeks to try and really press on with improving my Spanish (and escape the miserable Dutch summer).
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