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Affirmatif commands with reflexive verbs

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Affirmatif commands with reflexive verbs

se dépêcher = to hurry up.Tell your friends "Hurry up!": : ___ !

Because the above references "friends" I used the tu form but was marked incorrect with the vous form the correct answer. Why is that? I've been marked correctly on other examples. Am I missing something?

Asked 3 years ago
Paul F.C1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor Correct answer

It's because it says to tell your "friends" (plural). The vous form is ALWAYS used for the plural. The tu form can ONLY be used for the singular. (The vous form can used be both - always for the plural, and depending on level of politeness for the singular)

Affirmatif commands with reflexive verbs

se dépêcher = to hurry up.Tell your friends "Hurry up!": : ___ !

Because the above references "friends" I used the tu form but was marked incorrect with the vous form the correct answer. Why is that? I've been marked correctly on other examples. Am I missing something?

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