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Subject Pronouns in SpanishLos pronombres By Jami Sipe ©2010 Teacher’s Discovery
He reads a book. She writes a poem. They play tennis.Pronoun: a word that takes the place of a noun. Examples: He reads a book. She writes a poem. They play tennis. ©2010 Teacher’s Discovery
He talks with the teacher.Subject Pronoun: a pronoun that is used as the subject of a sentence, such as “I,” “he” or “we” in English. Examples: I study Spanish. We like Spanish class. He talks with the teacher. ©2010 Teacher’s Discovery
Los pronombres singulares = singular pronounsEjemplos: yo = I tú = you (informal) usted = you (formal) él = he ella = she ©2010 Teacher’s Discovery
Los pronombres plurales = plural pronounsnosotros/as = we Use nosotros when referring to “we,” a group of males, or males and females, and nosotras for a group of females. vosotros/as = you all (informal, used in Spain) Use vosotros when referring to “you all,” a group of males, or males and females, and vosotras for a group of females. ©2010 Teacher’s Discovery
Más pronombres pluralesustedes = you all (formal in Spain, informal and formal in Latin America) ellos = they (a group of males, or males and females) ellas = they (a group of females) ©2010 Teacher’s Discovery
There are 4 ways to say “you” in Spanish, but … they can NOT be used interchangeably:1 Tú is singular – informal and is used when speaking to a friend, a family member or someone your age or younger. Usted is singular – formal and is used when you are speaking to a stranger, someone older or someone that deserves respect. (Like your GREAT Spanish teacher!) 2 ©2010 Teacher’s Discovery
4 Ways to Say “You” (cont’d) …3 Vosotros/as is plural – familiar and only used in Spain and in literature. Ustedes is plural – formal in Spain, and informal or formal in Latin America. 4 ©2010 Teacher’s Discovery
Pronombres = Pronouns Singular Plural yo tú usted él, ella nosotros/asvosotros/as ustedes ellos/as ©2010 Teacher’s Discovery
Check Your Knowledge! yo I tú you – informal usted you – formal él heella nosotros/as vosotros/as ustedes ellos ellas I you – informal you – formal he she we you all – informal (Spain) you all – formal / informal they (males - or males and females) they – a group of females ©2010 Teacher’s Discovery
Check Your Knowledge! El presidente Usted El Sr. López Un amigo TúWhich subject pronoun would you use if you were speaking to the following people: tú, usted, or ustedes? El presidente El Sr. López Un amigo Los maestros Usted Tú Ustedes ©2010 Teacher’s Discovery
What subject pronoun would you use if you wanted to speak about …Check Your Knowledge! What subject pronoun would you use if you wanted to speak about … José Ana José y Juan Ana y María Ana y Juan Él Ella Ellos Ellas ©2010 Teacher’s Discovery
Quick Grammar Lessons! Credits ©2010 Teacher’s DiscoveryWritten by: Jami Sipe Additional Information by: Suzanne Rutkowski Adriana Miretti Order Today! To get more of these Spanish grammar presentations, go to: Search: Grammar PowerPoints™ ©2010 Teacher’s Discovery
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Capítulo 2A - Apuntes #1 LOS PRONOMBRES.
A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun.
Objetivo TSWBAT use the correct pronoun in Spanish in place of Subject nouns and tell which “person” is being expressed The BIG picture: knowing the correct.
Pronouns y pronombres.
How they compare with English
S UBJECT PRONOUNS A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun.
Los pronombres sujetos
Subject Pronouns. Spanish subject pronouns are both similar to and different from their English counterparts.
Ser= To Be. English Grammar Connection Pronouns are words that take the place of nouns. Subject pronouns indicate who is being described or who does the.
(Los pronombres personales de sujeto) Personal Subject Pronouns.
Spanish Pronouns How they compare with English Subject pronouns are placed in front of the conjugated verb to clarify who or what is doing the action.
Pronouns take the place of:
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