Presentation on theme: "Of Ir and Ser. Ir (to go) and Ser (to be) share the same conjugations in the preterite tense. What is the preterite tense? ◦ A form of past tense."— Presentation transcript:
Ir (to go) and Ser (to be) share the same conjugations in the preterite tense. What is the preterite tense? ◦ A form of past tense How are ir and ser conjugated in the preterite tense?
FuiFuimos Fuiste FueFueron What do they sound like in English? For example, fui could come from ir and mean I went OR come from ser and mean I was.
Tu abuela just won the loteria and gave you a gift certificate to the movie theater good for free movies for life! Therefore, you have been going to a movie every day! Your poor friends (pobrecitos) weren’t so lucky and want to hear about the movies you attended and who acted in them so that they can choose their next movie wisely.
Yesterday, you wrote down which movies you attended all last week and who acted in them. ◦ For example, “El lunes, yo fui a The Monuments Men y George Clooney fue actor.”
◦ “El lunes, ¿fuiste a The Monuments Men?” ◦ “Sí, Fui a The Monuments Men.” (OR “No, fui a The Lego Movie.”) ◦ “¿Quién fue actor?” ◦ “George Clooney fue actor.” ◦ I write: El lunes, Name fue a The Monuments Men y George Clooney fue actor. ◦ *****Give yourself a point every time you correctly guess to which movie your partner attended.