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Impersonal Expressions + InfinitivePage 128 – Avancemos 3
Impersonal Expressions + infinitiveIn English, as in Spanish, you can use impersonal expressions with infinitives to state an opinion or to make indirect or subtle suggestions.
Impersonal Expressions + infinitiveIt’s important to tell the truth. Es importante decir la verdad.
Impersonal Expressions + infinitiveTo state an opinion, or to suggest that something should be done without indicating who should do it, use an impersonal expression plus an infinitive.
Impersonal Expressions + infinitiveImpersonal expressions combine the usted/él/ella form of the verb ser and an adjective. (The verb ser can be in any tense.)
Impersonal Expressions + infinitive
Impersonal Expressions + infinitiveAdd the infinitive to state your opinion: Es malo presentar información falsa. It’s bad to present false information.
Impersonal Expressions + infinitiveFue bueno entrevistar al director. It was good to interview the director. Era interesante escuchar las entrevistas. It was interesting to listen to the interviews.
Impersonal Expressions + infinitiveVa a ser difícil cancelar la teletón. It’s going to be difficult to cancel the telethon.
In order to talk about activities, you need to use verbs
ANTE TODO You’ve already seen that many verbs in Spanish change their stem vowel when conjugated. There is a third kind of stem-vowel change in some verbs,
In Spanish, several verbs have irregular yo forms in the present tense
Saying the date Formula = Es el (number) de (month) Exception = The first of the month is Es el primero de (month) Example = May 5 th Es el cinco de mayo.
6B – El subjuntivo con expresiones impersonales
ANTE TODO The verb ir (to go) is irregular in the present tense.
IMPERSONAL CONSTRUCTIONS WITH “SE”
Refresher: Direct object pronouns.
The fundamental difference
Indirect Object Pronouns
In English and Spanish, the infinitive is the base form of the verb.
The conditional tense in Spanish expresses what you would do or what would happen under certain circumstances. Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning.
Tú. Commands Page 97 Avancemos 3.
Los Mandatos Tú commands: affirmative and negative.
EL SUBJUNTIVO Its all in the mood! Verbs show the action and they also show a tense and a mood. The tense tells you the time of the action Present, preterit,
SER VS. ESTAR. Ser & Estar = to be to be SER & ESTAR Both can be translated into English as the verb ‘to be’. TO BE TO BE I am We are You areYou all.
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