Doler Commands

Learn to articulate discomfort with doler Commands in the Imperative mood with this verb that that expresses pain or soreness in Spanish. Understand its application in health and well-being conversations. Ease into Spanish conjugation. Alleviate your learning pains at our doler conjugation page.

Verb Meaning(s): to hurt, to ache

Verb Chart: Doler Commands

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Nosotros

que nos duela; que no nos duela

May it hurt us; May it not hurt us

*Tú

(Juana, Juan)

que te duela; que no te duela

May it hurt you; May it not hurt you

*Vosotros

(informal Spain)

que os duela; que no os duela

May it hurt all of you; May it not hurt all of you

Ud.

(Sra./Dr. García)

que le duela; que no le duela

May it hurt you; May it hurt you

Uds.

que les duela; que no les duela

May it hurt all of you; May it not hurt all of you

Doler Commands Practice

Multiple Choice

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Positive Commands

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Spanish Commands

Doler Commands Sentence Examples

1. Tú: Que te duela la cabeza después de estudiar mucho.
May your head hurt after studying a lot.
2. Tú: Que no te duela tanto el estómago.
May your stomach not hurt so much.
3. Ud.: Que le duela menos al final del día.
May it hurt you less at the end of the day.
4. Ud.: Que no le duela la espalda después de trabajar.
May your back not hurt after working.
5. Nosotros: Que nos duela menos después de hacer ejercicio.
May it hurt us less after exercising.
6. Nosotros: Que no nos duela la cabeza mañana.
May our heads not hurt tomorrow.
7. Vosotros: Que os duela un poco para que aprendáis la lección.
May it hurt you a little so you learn the lesson. (vosotros is used only in Spain)
8. Vosotros: Que no os duela tanto después de la práctica.
May it not hurt you so much after practice. (vosotros is used only in Spain)
9. Uds.: Que les duela lo suficiente como para tomarlo en serio.
May it hurt you enough to take it seriously.
10. Uds.: Que no les duela demasiado al aprender algo nuevo.
May it not hurt you too much when learning something new.
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