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Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved. 1.2–1
Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved. 1.2–2
Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved. 1.2–3
Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved. 1.2–4 Ser and estar with adjectives Ser is used with adjectives to describe inherent, expected qualities. Estar is used to describe temporary or variable qualities, or a change in appearance or condition. ¿Cómo son tus padres?¿Cómo estás, Miguel? What are your parents like?How are you, Miguel? La casa es muy pequeña.¡Están tan enojados! The house is very small.They’re so angry!
Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved. 1.2–5 With most descriptive adjectives, either ser or estar can be used, but the meaning of each statement is different. Julio es alto.¡Ay, qué alta estás, Adriana! Julio is tall. (that is, a tall person)How tall you’re getting, Adriana! Dolores es alegre.¡Uf! El jefe está alegre hoy. ¿Qué le pasa? Dolores is cheerful. (that is, a cheerful person) Wow! The boss is cheerful today. What’s up? Juan Carlos es un hombre guapo.¡Manuel, estás tan guapo! Juan Carlos is a handsome man.Manuel, you look so handsome!
Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved. 1.2–6 Some adjectives have two different meanings depending on whether they are used with ser or estar.
Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved. 1.2–7 Estar, not ser, is used with muerto/a. Bécquer, el autor de las Rimas, está muerto. Bécquer, the author of Rimas, is dead.
Ser vs. Estar ¿to be or to be?. Ser- to be soyeresessomossoisson Estar- estoyestásestáestamosestáisestán.
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Apuntes el 6-9 septiembre SER and ESTAR both mean to be, but they are not interchangeable. SER (to be) (yo) soy(nosotros/as) somos (tú) eres(vosotros/as)
Copyright © 2012 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved Both English and Spanish use superlatives to express the highest or lowest degree of.
SER and ESTAR. Both verbs mean to be. But before we discuss the difference, lets review the conjugations: ser estar soy somos estoy estamos eres sois.
Ser and estar with adjectives Mosaicos, pp. 38, 69, 70.
The Present Tense of estar (to be) The other to be verb (El tiempo presente del verbo estar)
Ser and Estar The fundamental difference. Ser and Estar = to be Ser and estar can both be translated as "to be." Here is the English verb, fully conjugated:
Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved Both English and Spanish use superlatives to express the highest or lowest degree of.
Superlatives. You just finished doing comparatives. Now youre going to do superlatives. In English, we have what we call the positive form, tall gorgeous.
¡A comer!Gramática 1 Ser and estar Preview Ser and estar Ser Describing foods and drinks Master Teacher Grammar Guys Teen Skits.
Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved Subject pronouns In order to use verbs, you will need to learn about subject pronouns.
Comparative and Superlative Adjectives Martes el veinticuatro de enero.
Warm up 1.2 -Describe one of your family members using 3 adjectives we just learned in Spanish. -REMEMBER: o is used at the end of the adjective to describe.
Page 5 Realidades 2 The Verb SER SER VS. ESTAR You already know the verb ESTAR. It means to be.
Possessive Adjectives. Possessive adjectives in English are as follows: myouryour his, her,their its.
The verb venir You use venir to say that someone is coming to a place or an event. ¿A qué hora vienes al restaurante? When are you coming to the restaurant?
3.1 DESCRIPTIVE ADJECTIVES. ADJECTIVES Adjectives are words that describes people, places, and things. In Spanish descriptive adjectives are used with.
SPN I – Notecard 6 Using ser with adjectives Adjectives- words you use to describe something or someone Carlos es simpático. Ana es simapática. In Spanish.
Agreement in gender and number. GENDER So far, you have learned that there must be agreement in gender between nouns and articles… For example:el cuaderno.
Adjective/Noun Agreement It all has to match!. Number and Gender Adjectives are words which describe nouns or pronouns. In Spanish, all adjectives must.
¿SER o ESTAR? “ To be” or not “to be”… Two ways “to be”
A conocernos Gramática 1 Ser with adjectives Preview Ser with adjectives Subject pronouns Negation: no.
SER vs. ESTAR (¿Quién ganará?) Ser = to be Estar = to be.
¿Qué es un verbo irregular? El verbo estar to be es un verbo irregular. So this means when conjugated, it doesnt follow the normal conjugation pattern.
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.
Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved Spanish and English use comparisons to indicate which of two people or things has a lesser,
Capítulo 1 The Verb: Ser. Verbs Verbs are words that are most often used to name actions or link two ideas together. Verbs in English have different forms.
Verb To Be in Spanish! ¿Ser o Estar?. ¡RECUERDA! SER DOCTOR which stands for Description, Occupation, Characteristic, Time, Origin, and Relationship.
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