The imperative form of the verbs seguir, conseguir and perseguir

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The imperative form of the verbs seguir, conseguir and perseguir

The imperative conjugation of the verbs seguir (to follow), conseguir (to obtain, to achieve) and perseguir (to pursue) is irregular:

Seguir
(tú) sigue
(usted) siga
(nosotros/as) sigamos
(vosotros/as) seguid
(ustedes) sigan
Conseguir
(tú) consigue
(usted) consiga
(nosotros/as) consigamos
(vosotros/as) conseguid
(ustedes) consigan
Perseguir
(tú) persigue
(usted) persiga
(nosotros/as) persigamos
(vosotros/as) perseguid
(ustedes) persigan

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