The imperative of the verbs ser, ir and hacer

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The imperative of the verbs ser, ir and hacer

The imperative of ser (to be), ir (to go) and hacer (to do, to make) is conjugated as follows:

Ser
(tú)
(usted) sea
(nosotros/as) seamos
(vosotros/as) sed
(ustedes) sean
Ir
(tú) ve
(usted) vaya
(nosotros/as) vamos
(vosotros/as) id
(ustedes) vayan
Hacer
(tú) haz
(usted) haga
(nosotros/as) hagamos
(vosotros/as) haced
(ustedes) hagan

feliz.

Be happy.

Vamos a mi casa.

Let's go to my place.

Haz la comida.

Make the food.

NB: for the nosotros/as form of ir, there are two possible imperative forms: vamos and vayamos.

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