Commands in Spanish are part of what we call the imperative mood. In this way, tú (that means you) is the subject pronoun that matches the second person singular and is given in informal form. You use it when talking to your friend, your cousin, and other person that is familiar to you. So the correct tú command in this case is come and it comes from the verb comer that means to eat: So the sentence:
<em>Come la manzana </em><em>means </em><em>eat the apple</em>
1. I hope that my best friend Rudy will be my husband. Espero que mi futuro esposo, sea mi mejor amigo Rudy.
2. We met when we were twelve. <span> Nos conocimos cuando teníamos doce años. </span>
3. I wish he will be tall and very handsome. <span>El es alto y muy guapo. </span> 4. Besides his attractive appearance I want him to be a good person. <span>Ademas de su apariencia es una persona muy dulce. </span> 5. My family would love him because of his kindness Mi familia y amigos lo aprecian mucho, porque es una linda persona.