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Ser y Estar Ser SoySomos Eres------- EsSon Estar EstoyEstamos Estás------ EstáEstán Introduction: Ser vs. Estar Both “ser” and “estar” translate as “to.

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1 Ser y Estar Ser SoySomos Eres EsSon Estar EstoyEstamos Estás EstáEstán Introduction: Ser vs. Estar Both “ser” and “estar” translate as “to be.” This can pose a challenge when we English speakers need to use any of the forms of the verb “to be.” We have to choose which verb is correct for a particular situation. SER is derived from the Latin word “esse,” which means essence. Therefore, ser is used to express essential qualities or characteristics. ESTAR is derived from the Latin word “stare,” which indicates a state or condition. Therefore, estar is used to indicate temporary states or conditions.

2 Ser y Estar Ser Estar Introduction: Ser vs. Estar Both “ser” and “estar” translate as ________________. This can pose a challenge when we English speakers need to use any of the forms of the verb “to be.” We have to choose which verb is correct for a particular situation. SER is derived from the Latin word ______________, which means ______________. Therefore, ser is used to express ____________ qualities or characteristics. ESTAR is derived from the Latin word _______________, which indicates a state or _______________. Therefore, estar is used to indicate _______________states or conditions.

3 Ser Quality (Characteristic- what something is normally like) Possession Origen/ nationality Time and date Identity (What something is) Profession Estar State, condition or feeling (temporary) Change from the norm. Means “to be” Location

4 Ser Quality (Characteristic- what something is normally like) Possession Origen/ nationality Time and date Identity (What something is) Profession Estar State, condition or feeling (temporary) Change from the norm. Means “to be” Location

5 Possessive Adjectives: Un Repaso Breve What are possessive adjectives in English?

6 Possessive Adjectives: Un Repaso Breve What are possessive adjectives in English? His, hers, ours, theirs

7 Possessive Adjectives: Un Repaso Breve What are possessive adjectives in English? His, hers, ours, theirs What do possessive adjectives express?

8 Possessive Adjectives: Un Repaso Breve What are possessive adjectives in English? His, hers, ours, theirs What do possessive adjectives express? That some one possesses (or owns) something

9 Possessive Adjectives: Un Repaso Breve What are possessive adjectives in English? His, hers, ours, theirs What do possessive adjectives express? That some one possesses (or owns) something Why are they called possessive adjectives?

10 Possessive Adjectives: Un Repaso Breve What are possessive adjectives in English? His, hers, ours, theirs What do possessive adjectives express? That some one possesses (or owns) something Why are they called possessive adjectives? Because we are describing a quality of an object – its ownership,.

11 Possessive Adjectives: Un Repaso Breve We already know some possessive adjectives in Spanish.

12 Possessive Adjectives: Un Repaso Breve We already know some possessive adjectives in Spanish. Singular: minuestro(a) tu---su Plural: misnuestros(as) tus-----sus

13 New Possessive Adjectives What are possessive adjectives? Spanish has a longer form of possessive adjectives. These possessive adjectives come after the noun. Example: Voy al partido con un amigo mÍo. These forms are used for emphasis.

14 New Possessive Adjectives What are our new possessive adjectives? If you are talking about owning a single object… una cosa Mío Mía Tuyo Tuya Suyo Suya** Nuestro Nuestra Examples: La chaqueta es mía. El traje es suyo. La galleta es nuestra.

15 New Possessive Adjectives What are our new possessive adjectives? If you are talking about owning multiple objects… unas cosas Míos Mías Tuyos Tuyas Suyos Suyas** Nuestros Nuestras Examples: Las lentes son m ías. Los zapatos son tuyos. Las joyas son suyas.

16 New Possessive Adjectives Let’s try it… Act. 22, page 88


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