Tener (to have), venir (to come), and salir (to go out) in the imperative form

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Tener (to have), venir (to come), and salir (to go out) in the imperative form

The verbs tener (to have), venir (to come), and salir (to go out) are irregular and are conjugated as follows in the imperative form:

Tener

(tú) ten
(usted) tenga
(nosotros/as) tengamos
(vosotros/as) tened
(ustedes) tengan

Venir

(tú) ven
(usted) venga
(nosotros/as) vengamos
(vosotros/as) venid
(ustedes) vengan

Salir

(tú) sal
(usted) salga
(nosotros/as) salgamos
(vosotros/as) salid
(ustedes) salgan

Tenga paciencia, por favor.

Have some patience, please.

Ven a cenar.

Come to dinner.

Salgamos mañana.

Let's go out tomorrow.

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