Presentation on theme: "I am yo I am ____, and you are ____. If we’re not on a first-name basis Saying tú is rude. He is ____, and she ______. If I’m speaking formally I say ______."— Presentation transcript:
1I am yoI am ____, and you are ____. If we’re not on a first-name basis Saying tú is rude. He is ____, and she ______. If I’m speaking formally I say ______ to you. We are _________. And they are _______. In a group without a guy _______ means they too. “You all” are __________ Everywhere but Spain When they speak less formally ___________ is “you all” Now get these into your brain!yotúélellaustednosotrosellosellasustedesvosotros
2Una lista de los pronombres de sujeto Used for >1 person/thing Los sujetosUsed for (a group of) only females/feminine nouns.Una lista de los pronombres de sujetoUsed for 1 person/thingUsed for >1 person/thingI am involvedYou are involvedSpeaking about othersUsted for only males or masculine nouns.NosotrosYoUsed for any gender or combined groups.NosotrasVosotrosTúUsed for a group of only males, masuline nouns, or a combined group.VosotrasÉlEllosEllasEllaustedesUstedUsed only in Spain
3Subjects In English, sentences have a subject and a verb. The subject is the person or thing doing something or being described in the sentence.Verbs are actions or the word that links the subject to a description.Mrs. Barry is my Spanish teacher.She is from Michigan.In English, subjects can be nouns or pronouns.Pablo is my classmate. He is my best friend.In Spanish, sentences also have a subject and a verb.Subjects can be nouns or pronouns.The subject noun or pronoun can be left out if everyone knows who or what you’re talking about.La señora Barry es mi profesora de español.Es de Michigan.
4Práctica What subject pronoun would you use to talk TO these people? Your best friendYour classmates (in Mexico)Your classmates (in Spain)Your momYour grandparentsWhat subject pronoun would you use to talk ABOUT these people?Your best friendYour classmatesMr. Garay and Dr. KayYour auntsYour mom
5RepasoTú, usted, ustedes and vosotros/vosotras are used only when you’re talking TO people.Él/ella, ellos/ellas are only used when you’re talking ABOUT people.Using yo or nosotros means YOU ARE SPEAKING ABOUT YOURSELF.
6Unidad 1 Work on completing your activities. Suggested activities for today are:N-L #1-5N-M#1, 2, 5, 6Tomorrow’s lección is on Ser & Adjective Agreement.