The imperative form of the verbs hacer, deshacer and satisfacer

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The imperative form of the verbs hacer, deshacer and satisfacer

The imperative conjugation of the verbs hacer (to do), deshacer (to undo; to ruin; to melt) and satisfacer (to satisfy) is irregular:

Hacer
(tú) haz
(usted) haga
(nosotros/as) hagamos
(vosotros/as) haced
(ustedes) hagan
Deshacer
(tú) deshaz
(usted) deshaga
(nosotros/as) deshagamos
(vosotros/as) deshaced
(ustedes) deshagan
Satisfacer
(tú) satisfaz
(usted) satisfaga
(nosotros/as) satisfagamos
(vosotros/as) satisfaced
(ustedes) satisfagan

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