1 Day 3- Review of Subject Pronouns with Ser and Tener An Online Learning Module Adapted from PowerShow.com Los Verbos
2 Now in order to use the verbs in sentences, you must learn to conjugate them. There are 3 types of regular verbs in Spanish: –AR, –ER and –IR We will first review your subject pronouns and the irregular verbs ser and tener that you have already learned, then learn the endings you must use in order to make complete sentences using –ar verbs.
3 Los Pronombres Personales (Subject Pronouns) Singular I—yo Informal You— tú He—él She—ella Formal You—Ud. Plural We—nosotros You all— vosotros* They—ellos/ellas You all—Uds. *Remember: The vosotros form is rarely used. We will use Uds. instead and leave it out of the chart from here on.
4 Remember using these subject pronouns to conjugate the verb ser? Singular I—yo soy Informal You- tú eres He—él She—ella Formal You—Ud. es Plural We—nosotros somos They—ellos/ellas You all—Uds. son
5 And remember using these subject pronouns to conjugate the verb tener? Singular I—yo tengo Informal You- tú tienes He—él She—ella Formal You—Ud. tiene Plural We—nosotros tenemos They—ellos/ellas You all—Uds. tienen
6 Discussion Topic Post a brief introduction (3-5 sentences) about yourself to the Discussion Board. *Use forms of ser to tell your name, a few physical characteristics and personality traits. *Use the correct form of tener to tell your age, siblings and/or pets you have, etc. *Locate the document “Typing in Spanish.” Type your work in a Word Document in Spanish to spell check. Then copy and paste to the Discussion Board. Assignment #3- Due Thurs.