Imperative form of the verb irse

Let's review:  We use the imperative to express commands, instructions, advice and requests.

Ven cuando te lo digo venir, imperativo presente

Come when I tell you to.

The pronominal verb irse (to leave, to go) is irregular in the imperative and is conjugated as follows:

(tú) vete
(usted) váyase
(nosotros/as) vayámonos
(vosotros/as) idos
(ustedes) váyanse

Vete a casa.

Go home.

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