Me becomes moi in affirmative commands (L'Impératif)

Look at these sentences with me change when turned into affirmative imperatives: 

Tu me montres les éléphants, s'il-te-plaît.
- Papa, montre-moi les éléphants!
You show me the elephants, please.
- Daddy, show me the elephants!

Tu me donnes les fleurs?
-Non.
-Donne-moi les fleurs!
You're giving me the flowers?
-No.
-Give me the flowers!

Tu m'aides avec mes devoirs?
-Non.
-Allez, aide-moi avec mes devoirs!
Are you helping me with my homework?
-No.
-Come on, help me with my homework!

In affirmative commands, the object pronoun me (as in: Give me that!) follow this pattern:

1- The pronoun me become stress pronoun moi

2- They are placed after the verb with a hyphen in between.

 

See also Le, la, les vs lui, leur in affirmative commands (L'Impératif)

and Conjugate regular verbs in L'Impératif (imperative) 

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Examples and resources

Tu me donnes les fleurs?
-Non.
-Donne-moi les fleurs!
You're giving me the flowers?
-No.
-Give me the flowers!
Tu me montres les éléphants, s'il-te-plaît.
- Papa, montre-moi les éléphants!
You show me the elephants, please.
- Daddy, show me the elephants!
Tu m'aides avec mes devoirs?
-Non.
-Allez, aide-moi avec mes devoirs!
Are you helping me with my homework?
-No.
-Come on, help me with my homework!
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