Nacer Commands

Master nacer Commands in the imperative mood to express “to be born”. Our resources include detailed verb charts and engaging exercises. Start your journey with Spanish verbs. Dive deeper into nacer conjugation.

Verb Meaning(s): to be born

Verb Chart: Nacer Commands

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Nosotros

nazcamos

let’s be born

*Tú

(Juana, Juan)

nace; no nazcas

be born; don’t be born

*Vosotros

(informal Spain)

naced; no nazcáis

(you all) be born; (you all) don’t be born

Ud.

(Sra./Dr. García)

nazca

(you) be born

Uds.

nazcan

(you all) be born

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

Nacer Commands Practice

Multiple Choice

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Positive Commands

Negative Commands

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Nacer Commands Sentence Examples

1. Tú: Nace a nuevas ideas y perspectivas cada día.
Be born into new ideas and perspectives every day.
2. Tú: No nazcas en la negatividad; mantente abierto a la positividad.
Do not be born into negativity; stay open to positivity.
3. Ud.: Nazca cada mañana decidido a ser mejor que el día anterior.
Be born each morning determined to be better than the day before.
4. Ud.: No nazca en el conformismo; siempre busque crecer.
Do not be born into complacency; always seek to grow.
5. Nosotros: Nazcamos a una nueva forma de trabajar en equipo.
Let’s be born into a new way of teamworking.
6. Nosotros: No nazcamos en la desesperanza; siempre hay soluciones.
Let’s not be born into despair; there are always solutions.
7. Vosotros: Naced en la aventura de aprender algo nuevo.
Be born into the adventure of learning something new.
8. Vosotros: No nazcáis en la rutina; romped con lo habitual.
Do not be born into routine; break away from the usual.
9. Uds.: Nazcan en la solidaridad; sean una comunidad unida.
Be born into solidarity; be a united community.
10. Uds.: No nazcan en el aislamiento; busquen siempre la conexión.
Do not be born into isolation; always seek connection.
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