Is this about the affirmative command from ir or irse?

AndyB1Kwiziq community member

Is this about the affirmative command from ir or irse?

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InmaKwiziq team member

Hola Andy

There are two questions related to this lesson which are using the verb "irse" in the imperative. These two sentences are:

¡Vayámonos de aquí!

(Let's get out of here! 

This is conjugating irse in the nosotros form of the imperative (for nosotros it is the present subjunctive form), and has the pronoun nos attached.

¡Vayánse de aquí!

(Let's get out of here! 

This is conjugating irse in the ustedes form of the imperative (for ustedes it is the present subjunctive form), and has the pronoun se attached.

I hope this helps,

Saludos

Inma

Is this about the affirmative command from ir or irse?

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