Irregular verbs in the imperative

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Irregular verbs in the imperative

The verbs decir (to say), bendecir (to bless) and maldecir (to curse) have an irregular imperative form.

Decir
(tú) di
(usted) diga
(nosotros/as) digamos
(vosotros/as) decid
(ustedes) digan
Bendecir
(tú) bendice
(usted) bendiga
(nosotros/as) bendigamos
(vosotros/as) bendecid
(ustedes) bendigan
Maldecir
(tú) maldice
(usted) maldiga
(nosotros/as) maldigamos
(vosotros/as) maldecid
(ustedes) maldigan

Note: The tú-form of decir (to say) is different: decir di, bendecir → bendice.


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