Empezar Commands

Begin your journey with empezar Commands in the Imperative mood. This verb is a key verb for initiating activities and conversations in Spanish. Discover its role in starting new chapters. Kickstart your learning adventure by exploring Spanish conjugation. Initiate your mastery at our empezar conjugation page.

Verb Meaning(s): to begin, to start

Verb Chart: Empezar Commands

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Nosotros

empecemos

let’s start

*Tú

(Juana, Juan)

empieza; no empieces

start; don’t start

*Vosotros

(informal Spain)

empezad; no empecéis

(you all) start; (you all) don’t start

Ud.

(Sra./Dr. García)

empiece

(you) start

Uds.

empiecen

(you all) start

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

Empezar Commands Practice

Multiple Choice

Artifact Amigo Spanish Verb Conjugation Game

Positive Commands

Negative Commands

Spanish Commands

Empezar Commands Sentence Examples

1. Tú: Empieza tu día con una actitud positiva.
Start your day with a positive attitude.
2. Tú: No empieces a procrastinar al inicio del semestre.
Do not start procrastinating at the beginning of the semester.
3. Ud.: Empiece a ahorrar dinero para su futuro.
Start saving money for your future.
4. Ud.: No empiece dietas extremas sin consultar a un nutricionista.
Do not start extreme diets without consulting a nutritionist.
5. Nosotros: Empecemos un club de lectura en la escuela.
Let’s start a reading club at school.
6. Nosotros: No empecemos proyectos nuevos sin terminar los actuales.
Let’s not start new projects without finishing the current ones.
7. Vosotros: Empezad a reciclar y cuidar el medio ambiente.
Start recycling and taking care of the environment.
8. Vosotros: No empecéis a fumar; es un hábito difícil de dejar.
Do not start smoking; it’s a hard habit to quit.
9. Uds.: Empiecen a utilizar transporte público para reducir la contaminación.
Start using public transportation to reduce pollution.
10. Uds.: No empiecen a culpar a otros sin antes mirar sus propias acciones.
Do not start blaming others without first looking at your own actions.
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