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Acostarse Commands

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Verb Meaning(s): to go to bed, to lie down

Verb Chart: Acostarse Commands



acostémonos; no nos acostemos

let’s lie down; let’s not lie down


(Juana, Juan)

acuéstate; no te acuestes

lie down; don’t lie down


(informal Spain)

acostaos; no os acostéis

(you all) lie down; (you all) don’t lie down


(Sra./Dr. García)

acuéstese; no se acueste

(you) lie down; (you) don’t lie down


acuéstense; no se acuesten

(you all) lie down; (you all) don’t lie down

*Only Tú, and Vosotros change in the negative form. The other conjugations are the same in the negative.

Acostarse Commands Practice

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Artifact Amigo Spanish Verb Conjugation Game

Positive Commands

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Spanish Commands

Acostarse Commands Sentence Examples

1.Tú: Acuéstate temprano esta noche.
Go to bed early tonight.
2.Tú: No te acuestes tan tarde durante la semana.
Don’t go to bed so late during the week.
3.Ud.: Acuéstese a las diez para estar descansado.
Go to bed at ten to be rested.
4.Ud.: No se acueste sin antes leer un poco.
Don’t go to bed without reading a little first.
5.Nosotros: Acostémonos después de terminar la película.
Let’s go to bed after finishing the movie.
6.Nosotros: No nos acostemos sin planear el día siguiente.
Let’s not go to bed without planning the next day.
7.Vosotros: Acostaos temprano para el viaje de mañana. (vosotros is used only in Spain)
Go to bed early for tomorrow’s trip.
8.Vosotros: No os acostéis sin hacer la tarea. (vosotros is used only in Spain)
Don’t go to bed without doing the homework.
9.Uds.: Acuéstense a una hora razonable.
Go to bed at a reasonable hour.
10.Uds.: No se acuesten preocupados; hablaremos mañana.
Don’t go to bed worried; we’ll talk tomorrow.