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Conjugate salir in El Imperativo (imperative)

The verb salir (to go out) is irregular in El Imperativo:

Yo

-

sal

Usted

salga

Nosotros

salgamos

Vosotros

salid

Ustedes

salgan

Note that in El Imperativo you never use the yo form. You don't give orders to yourself!

Remember that in Spanish there are four different ways to say you:

  • tú = informal singular
  • vosotros/vosotras = informal plural
  • usted = formal singular
  • ustedes =  formal plural

Here are some examples to look at and listen to:

¡Sal conmigo! 
Go out with me! ("you" singular informal = "tú")

¡Salga a la calle!
Go out on the street! ("you" singular formal = "usted")

¡Salgamos esta noche! 
Let's go out tonight! 

¡Salid más tarde!
Go out later! ("you" plural informal = "vosotros")

¡Salgan a tiempo! 
Leave on time! ("you" plural formal = "ustedes")

You can also have a look at these more advanced lessons about El Imperativo:

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Examples and resources

¡Salga a la calle!
Go out on the street! ("you" singular formal = "usted")


¡Salgan a tiempo! 
Leave on time! ("you" plural formal = "ustedes")


¡Salgamos esta noche! 
Let's go out tonight! 


¡Sal conmigo! 
Go out with me! ("you" singular informal = "tú")


¡Salid más tarde!
Go out later! ("you" plural informal = "vosotros")


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