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In English, all sentences have a subject(sujeto) and a verb(verbo). This is true for sentences in Spanish, too. Subject: the person or thing that is being described or is doing something. Verb: the action word
Mrs. Perez is my teacher. She is from Madrid.
Pronouns are words that replace the subject. Juan is my friend. He is my friend. Julia is my classmate. She is my classmate.
English sentences ALWAYS have a subject or a subject pronoun. Spanish sentences do not have to have either if the subject is implied. ◦ Emilia es mi amiga. Es alta (tall). ◦ Yo soy Victoria. Soy Victoria ◦ Jorge es mi amigo. Es guapo (handsome).
Some pronouns that you have already seen are: Él (he) Ella (she) Usted (you-formal)
Underline the subject and circle the verb. +Hint: right now the only verbs you know are es(is) and soy(am) Señorita Parikh es la profesora. Ella es rubia. Diego es mi mejor amigo. Anais es una muchacha. Andres es estudiante. Pedro es un muchacho.
Yo I Tú you (sing & familiar) ◦ Familiar you use only with friend or peers Usted you (singular & form) ◦ Formal is used with people you don’t really know, elders or someone with authority over you (teachers, boss, etc) él he Ella she
Nosotros we (all boys OR mixed group) Nosotras we (all females) Vosotros you (plural familiar) (all boys OR mixed) Vosotras you (plural familiar) (all females) ◦ Vosotros/vosotras is primarily used in Spain) Ustedes you (plural formal) (mixed) Ellos they (all boys OR mixed) Ellas they (all girls)