The answer to the imperative of this sentence is given to be "Ne te lave pas". Why isn't it "ne te laves pas"?
Because the imperative of regular -er verbs like manger, laver, etc. is formed without the trailing -s. There’s a lesson on this somewhere....
Fransızcada 1. grup düzenli fiillerin "Tu" olumlu ve olumsuz formlarında "S" düşer.Örnek; ne mange pas=yeme (Gördüğün gibi "S" düşmüş)
In French, "S" falls in the positive and negative forms of the 1st group regular verbs "Tu".
Sample; ne mange pas! = Don't eat! (As you can see the "S" has fallen)
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