The verbs colgar, rogar and jugar in the imperative

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The verbs colgar, rogar and jugar in the imperative

The verbs colgar (to hang, to hang up), rogar (to beg, to plead) and jugar (to play) change their initial vowel to ‑ue‑ in the imperative mood, and add a ‑u‑ after the ‑g‑:

Colgar Cuelgue

To hang Hang!

Rogar Ruegue

To beg Beg!

Jugar Juegue

To play Play!

These are their full imperative conjugations:

Colgar
(tú) cuelga
(usted) cuelgue
(nosotros/as) colguemos
(vosotros/as) colgad
(ustedes) cuelguen
Rogar
(tú) ruega
(usted) ruegue
(nosotros/as) roguemos
(vosotros/as) rogad
(ustedes) rueguen
Jugar
(tú) juega
(usted) juegue
(nosotros/as) juguemos
(vosotros/as) jugad
(ustedes) jueguen

Cuelgue el cuadro en la pared.

Hang the painting on the wall.

No me ruegues, por favor.

Don't beg me, please.

No jueguen allí.

Don't play there.

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