Coma todo por favorit's conjugated to the imperativo
Yes, as Marsha said, if the command is directed to a formal you (usted) the imperative form is the present subjunctive: coma - if the command is directed to an informal you (tú) then the imperative form is the verb conjugated in the third person singular of the present indicative (for most verbs): come
But here are the Kwiziq lessons that explain all this:
Forming the imperative for usted/ustedes/nosotros/nosotras (affirmative and negative commands)
Forming the imperative of tú for most verbs (affirmative commands)
I hope this helps.
This sentence is an order using the you formal singular pronoun usted. The conjugation in the imperative is coma.
If we used the informal tú, it would be come todo
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