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Possessive Adjectives that follow a noun mío,míamy míos, mías tuyo, tuyayour tuyos, tuyas suyo, suya his,her suyos, suyas your nuestro, -a our nuestros, -as suyo, suya their suyos, suyas your
Long possessives Long possessive must agree with the noun: Los libros mios. Las casas suyas.
The Impersonal se In Spanish we use se + the él or the ellos form of the verb.
The Impersonal se Se habla español. Spanish is spoken here. Se venden computadoras. Computers are sold here.
The Impersonal se Se permite sacar fotos? Can you take pictures? Notice that permite agrees with sacar and not fotos.
The Impersonal se Note that you don´t know who performs the action. The word that follows the verb determines whether the verb is singular or plural.
The Impersonal se When the word following the conjugated verb is an infinitive, the verb form is singular. Se necesita comer las frutas y las verduras.
Reflect gender and number in nouns
The Impersonal “se” Realidades 3.
Long-Form Possessive Adjectives and Pronouns
Los adjetivos Adjectives are words that describe a noun.
IMPERSONAL CONSTRUCTIONS WITH “SE”
Grammar Chapter 2A.
The Impersonal se l In English we often use they, you, one, or people in an impersonal or indefinite sense meaning people in general.
Pueblos y ciudadesGramática 1 Impersonal se and passive se Impersonal se Passive se.
The Impersonal se Español 2 Capítulo 8 página 282.
Las reglas para cambiar palabras de singular a plural
1 Possessive Adjectives Spanish 3 (H) ch.3 2 Possessive Adjectives (short forms)(in front) minuestro tu su.
In English you often use they, you, one, or people in an impersonal or an indefinite sense meaning people in general. In Spanish you use se.
Direct Object Pronouns. The object that directly receives the action of the verb is called the direct object. Bill hit the ball. "Ball" receives the action.
ANTE TODO Possessive adjectives, like descriptive adjectives, are words that are used to qualify people, places, or things. Possessive adjectives express.
How to express likes and dislikes with nouns (person, place, or thing)
¡Mi casa es su casa!.
Direct Objects & Direct Object Pronouns
Verbs like GUSTAR.
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