In the above sentence why is it "pense" à but then "détends"-toi. Since it's the tu form, why isn't it "Penses à"
Thanks for your help.
All -er verbs drop the 's' from the tu present tense conjugation in the imperative mood - hence "pense à'.
However, -ir and -re verbs maintain the 'normal' present tense conjugation - hence "détends-toi".
Conjugate regular verbs in L'Impératif (imperative)
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