Using the chart below you can learn how to conjugate the Spanish verb asustarse in Negative Imperative tense.

to be frightened [oneself]

Is it irregular? Is it reflexive? What is the gerund? What is the past participle?
No Yes asustándose asustado

Remember: these verb charts are only a tool to use while one is learning the language. In other words, one must eventually forget the verb chart and it must become second nature.

Conjugation Chart

Spanish tense name: Imperativo negativo
Mode: Imperative

Personal PronounConjugation
Yo
Tu te asustes
El/Ella se asuste
Nosotros nos asustemos
Vosotros os asustéis
Ellos/Ellas se asusten

Remember: these verb charts are only a tool to use while one is learning the language. In other words, one must eventually forget the verb chart and it must become second nature.

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