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SUBJECT PRONOUNS LOS PRONOMBRES SUJETOS
SUBJECT PRONOUNS Subject pronouns replace the subject of the sentence. What is a subject? The person or thing doing the action of the verb. They are used to avoid unnecessary repetition once the speakers have established who or what they are talking about.
SUBJECT PRONOUNS I = YoWe = Nosotros/Nosotras You (informal) = TúYou all = Vosotros* *This form is used mainly in Spain. He = Él She = Ella You (formal) = Usted (Ud.) They = Ellos/Ellas You all = Ustedes (Uds.)
1.Juan 2.Isabel 3.María y José 4.Los estudiantes 5.Ana y Susana 6.Mis amigos y yo 7.Tú y Marcos Él Ella Ellos Ellas Nosotros Ustedes REPLACE THE FOLLOWING WITH A SUBJECT PRONOUN
SER TO BE
SER The verb ser means to be. What is an infinitive? An unconjugated verb A verb that ends in –ER, -IR, or –AR in Spanish What is a conjugated verb? A verb that expresses a person or thing doing the action In English, the verb to be is conjugated am, are, and is. How do you conjugate ser in Spanish? Let’s see!
THE CONJUGATIONS OF SER Soy I am… Somos We are… Eres You (informal) are… Sois* You all are… *This form is used mainly in Spain. Es He/she is… You (formal) are… It is… Son They are… You all are…
1.Yo 2.Ella 3.Nosotros 4.Usted 5.La carpeta 6.Los estudiantes Soy Es Somos Es Son WHAT FORM OF SER WOULD YOU USE?