Presentation on theme: "Subject Pronouns By Sheena Boonen. Subject Pronouns Are: Used to relate to who you are speaking(yo, nosotros forms) Used to relate to the person spoken."— Presentation transcript:
Subject Pronouns Are: Used to relate to who you are speaking(yo, nosotros forms) Used to relate to the person spoken to(Vosotros, tú, and Usted forms) Used to relate who is being spoken about(El, ella, ellos, and ellas forms)
Used in singular forms: refers to person that is not repeated in sentence Used in plural forms: refers to person spoken about more than once, also used for clarification or emphasis In Spain, vosotros is the plural of tú; In Latin America, vosotros is the plural of tú and usted
Some Examples: Yo estoy bien. (I am fine.) Él es guapo. (He is good looking.) Tú eres extrovertido.(You are outgoing.) Ella es baja. (She is short.) Nosotros somos atléticos. (We are athletic.)
Now It’s Your Turn To Try Some: ______ eres modesto. ______ es rubio. ______ somos estudiosos. ______ son populares. ______ soy simpático. ______ es alta.
Check Your Answers: Tú eres modesto. (You are modest.) Él es rubio. (He is blonde.) Nosotros somos estudiosos. (We are studious.) Ellos son populares. (They are popular.) Yo soy simpatico.(I am nice.) Ella es alta.(She is tall.)
Reminder: The description, verb, or item being used to tell about the person must agree with the gender of the person. (Example: He is organized. Él es organizado. The -o is used since he is a male. An -a would be used for a female.)
If you still are confused, make arrangements to come in for help.