2Subject Pronouns in Spanish A pronoun takes the place of the noun.A subject pronoun takes the place of the subject.We will be learning the subject pronouns in Spanish.
3Subject Pronouns in Spanish SingularPluralI – YoWe – Nosotros / asYou (familiar) – túYou (formal) - UstedYou (plural, only used in Spain) – Vosotros / asYou (plural used everywhere) – UstedHe – élShe - ellaThey (masculine and mixed gender) – EllosThey (feminine only) – Ellas1st person2nd person3rd person
4ConjugationVerbs in English have to agree with the subject of a sentence. The same is true with verbs in Spanish. This is called subject/verb agreement.In order to show what subject pronoun goes with what form of the verb we conjugate the verb.
5Conjugation of the verb Ser Ser – “to be”SingularPluralYo soy (I am)Nosotros / as somos (we are)Tú eres (you are)Usted es (you are)Vosotros / as sois(you (pl) are)Usted son (you (pl) are)Él es (he is)Ella es (she is)Ellos son (they are)Ellas son (they are)1st person2nd person3rd person
6SerNow we are able to use conjugation to talk about anyone on the planet.Remember: The word for from is “de.”On your notes please create five sentences telling me where the following people are from (make up the places).Example: GeraldGerald es de St. Paul.DaveEsteban and IJessica, James and youFreddie and ChipperAmber