Leer Commands

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Verb Meaning(s): to read

Verb Chart: Leer Commands

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Nosotros

leamos

let’s read

*Tú

(Juana, Juan)

lee; no leas

read; don’t read

*Vosotros

(informal Spain)

leed; no leáis

(you all) read; (you all) don’t read

Ud.

(Sra./Dr. García)

lea

(you) read

Uds.

lean

(you all) read

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

Leer Commands Practice

Multiple Choice

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Positive Commands

Negative Commands

Spanish Commands

Leer Commands Sentence Examples

1. Tú: Lee un libro cada mes para ampliar tu conocimiento.
Read a book each month to expand your knowledge.
2. Tú: No leas solo titulares; investiga las noticias a fondo.
Do not just read headlines; research the news thoroughly.
3. Ud.: Lea las instrucciones antes de montar el mueble.
Read the instructions before assembling the furniture.
4. Ud.: No lea en la oscuridad; puede dañar su vista.
Do not read in the dark; it can damage your sight.
5. Nosotros: Leamos juntos un clásico de la literatura.
Let’s read a classic of literature together.
6. Nosotros: No leamos solo lo que confirma nuestras opiniones; exploremos diferentes puntos de vista.
Let’s not only read what confirms our opinions; let’s explore different viewpoints.
7. Vosotros: Leed artículos científicos para estar al día en vuestro campo de estudio.
Read scientific articles to stay up-to-date in your field of study.
8. Vosotros: No leáis solo por obligación; encontrad placer en la lectura.
Do not read just out of obligation; find pleasure in reading.
9. Uds.: Lean libros en diferentes idiomas para mejorar sus habilidades lingüísticas.
Read books in different languages to improve your language skills.
10. Uds.: No lean mientras caminan; pueden tener un accidente.
Do not read while walking; you might have an accident.
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