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1 color and label pronoun charts practice sheet La tarea:color and label pronoun chartspractice sheet
2 ObjetivoTSWBAT use the correct pronoun in Spanish in place of Subject nouns and tell which “person” is being expressedThe BIG picture: knowing the correct pronouns in Spanish will help you correctly identify who you are talking to or who someone is talking about and to correctly use verbs in Spanish
3 Hoy Review grammar in English Create a “T” chart Learn Spanish pronounsiPracticar!
4 What is…. Subjective vs. objective A noun? A pronoun? Person, place or thingA pronoun?A word that takes the place of a nounEmily ate a banana.She ate it.Subjective vs. objectiveHe went with her.What are some pronouns for people?I, You, He/him she/herWe/us,You all, ya’ll, They/them
5 Can you…name a pronoun that is only used in Spanish?UstedFormal You
6 Singular Point of view… First person SingularI - Talking about yourself (only 1 person)I did my homework.Second person SingularYou - Talking to someoneYou go to school.2 people involved (speaker/listener)Third person SingularHe/she - Talking about someone/thing elseHe ate lunch.3 people involved (speaker/listener/object of conversation)
7 Which person & what pronoun? Maria went to the store.Third person singular. /She went to the store.I slept well.First person singularYou don’t like homework.Second person singular.Juan and Mario are eating lunch.Third person plural./They are eating lunch.Ana and I will work together.First person plural/We will work together.
8 Plural Point of view… Second person (Plural) First person (Plural) We (plural of I)Talking about yourself and someone/othersJuan and IWe study.Second person (Plural)You all (ya’ll) Talking to othersPlural of you (Juan and you)Ya’ll are from Texas.Third person (Plural)They (Talking about others)Plural of he/she (Carla and Ana/Juan and Mario)They eat lunch together
9 T chartSINGULARPLURALyo (I)1.tú (you)2.él (he)3.ella (she)
10 UstedUsted (formal you), while 2nd person, needs to be different from the tú (informal you)Usted falls under 3rd person
11 ellos (they/them masc.) ella (she/her) ellas (they/them fem.) Prounoun T chartSINGULARPLURALyo (I/me)1.Nosotros/as (we/us)2.tú (you)[vosotros/as (ya’ll)]ustedes (you all)3.usted (You)él (he/him)ellos (they/them masc.)ella (she/her)ellas (they/them fem.)
12 What pronouns in Spanish? yoJuanélAna and MariaellasMarcos and INosotrosMariaellaJuan and MarioellosSr. Torres (talking to him)UstedTalking about himélYou and JuanUstedesYouTúYou and Marcos (Spain)vosotros
13 Which person? Yo Marcos y yo Juan y Mario Ana y Elena Alejandra y tú 1st person SingularJuan y MarioEllos/3rd person pluralAlejandra y túUstedes/3rd person pluralSra. Roberson (about)Ella/3rd person singularToUsted/3rd person sing.AnaElla/2nd person singularMarcos y yoNosotros/1st person pluralAna y ElenaEllas/3rd person pluralSrta. Meinecke y túUstedes/3rd person pluralCarlosÉl/3rd person singularElenaElla/3rd person singular
14 ¿Cuál pronombre? “we” when speaking for your team nosotros“They” when speaking about your parentsEllos“you” when speaking to a group of teachersUstedes“you” when speaking to a group of friendsTalking about your brotheréLTalking about Julia and Anaellas