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You are never irritating! In the negative, the ne precedes the object pronoun and the verb. Let’s not forget the insecticide. Keep in mind that the imperative is a very direct way to give an order. Listen to the following dialogue: It is often replaced with more polite alternatives like the ecercices.

It is one of four moods in the French language. Ne nous moquons pas de Corey! Il y a tant d’insectes empoisonnants en ce moment!


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Please take a seat! Construction 2nd person singular tu We construct the imperative for tu using the present-tense form of the 1st person singular. Oh, pas toi, Corey. As usual, the subject pronoun is dropped.

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There are so many irritating insects now. Tu n’es jamais empoisonnant!

Merci, tout le monde. If the adverbial pronoun y comes after an imperative that ends with a vowel, we add an s to the imperative verb to make pronunciation easier. Imbecile, insecticide is dangerous for cockroaches! Ne le faites pas trop vite!

The imperative for nous is the same as the finite verb form for nous 1st person plural. Oh, not you, Corey.

We use this form for demands and orders, when addressing one or more people directly. The imperative exists for the second person singular tuthe first person plural nousand the second person plural vous. Bette, go to the supermarket! Reflexive Francaix For the positive imperative of the reflexive verbs, the verb comes first and after it we use the strong form of the reflexive pronoun.


Ne te moque pas de moi! Usage We use the imperative to order someone to do something.


Do you hear me? Drive me to the station! The imperative for vous is the same as the finite verb form for vous 2nd person plural. Let’s go, one, two, three We construct the imperative for tu using the present-tense form of the 1st person singular. In negative imperatives, however, we use the weak form of the reflexive pronoun as usual. Allez, un, deux, trois Exceptions Some verbs have an irregular imperative form. For irregular present-tense forms, see the List of Irregular Verbs.

The lack of a subject pronoun is what identifies the imperative mood.

Te becomes toi in this situation. In negative commands an order not to do somethingplace the ne